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After reading this, it would be interesting to see an interpretation of the play, which hopefully will lead me to get a better understanding of what was going on throughout. No recomendada para aquellos “for the faint of heart”.
Moving, effective but left me with questions about how effective it is as a theater piece. And I cannot believe that I can feel this for you and you feel nothing. A fuck-you suicide note intended for the world to see.
Not in terms of grappling with the meaning but with the emotions involved. I would’ve said that the play was a bit too dramatic, however, it IS a suicide noteso I think it was as emotional as should be.
It’s simple, yet evocative of so much more than is first recognisable. No characters are named, and even their number is unspecified. Books by Sarah Kane.
Ansia – Psicosis by Sarah Kane (2 star ratings)
Depression is not an easy topic to read about, even when it is portrayed in compelling formal prose as in The Bell Jar. Dark, destructive, and consistently uncomfortable, Kane’s work reads like a heavy meal; difficult to digest and weighty in your stomach, but riddled with an impact that leaves you feeling both morbidly queasy and fully satisfied, all at once. Return to Book Page. Return to Book Page.
This play was written in shortly before the playwright took her own life at age Famously recognized as Kane’s “minute suicide note”, it leaves a lasting impression on its readers because it explores the feelings that everyone would have; even if that feeling constitutes a small part of the play only. Mar 10, M. They are characterised by a poetic intensity, pared-down language, exploration of theatrical form, and, in her earlier work, the use of stylized violent stage action.
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Ansia – Sarah Kane
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The struggle of the self to remain intact has moved in her work from civil war, into the family, into the couple, into the individual, and finally into the theatre of phychosis: I found the format of this interesting, with no stage directions, scenes or the names of the characters who say each line, allowing me as the reader to create my own interpretation of what was going on and the characters within the play.
A difficult but worthwhile read, I would also recommend seeing this play if you can stomach the very bleak and harrowing content. Like most artists, she is aware of the limiting nature of happiness. I found this play itself extremely confusing due to this, and found myself reading the same section of the play over and over again until I began to get an understanding of it. No trivia or quizzes yet.
It is, however, to be admired and understood.
Alexandra-Georgiana Andrei rated it liked it Apr 04, Not pleasurable, but immensely poignant and strong. They are characterised by a poetic intensity, pared-down language, exploration of theatrical form, and, in her earlier work, the use of stylized violent stage action.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This amsia touched me in a special way different from anything I’ve ever read before.
J’aime beaucoup cette phrase: Sarah Kane was an English playwright. What is more, I reckon it is even more powerful when experienced live. I read this book in both languages: Do you feel nothing? Preview — Ansia – 4. Her other earlier work has been highly praised and received rave reviews, 4. On the page, the piece looks like a xarah.
But it’s more than just a cry for help from the abyss, there is a startling urgency and precision to her language, a build up of tension that tightens it’s grip the more you read on. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I found kahe one of the most interesting plays I have ever read. Anybody who is seriously suffering will only find, in this book, a slap to the face and an increased sense of anger over, “if only my problems were that simple”.
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Ansia – 4.48 Psicosis
Kane’s life was brought to a premature end when she committed suicide at Lon Sarah Kane was an English playwright. View all 7 comments. This play is intense.
I feelt so bad after reading this book considering the close relationship the book has with the author. There truly isn’t anything quite like this. It’s unfortunate as I really liked reading the play. Lee rated it it was ok Oct 13, It’s a farewell speech, it’s a declaration of love, and hate, and it’s a statement, she’s taking full responsibility of her own actions, but she’s not letting the others, who share the blame for why this happened, she’s not letting them off the hook either, she’s brutal, she’s desperate, she’s honest, she’s waving at us from the space in-between, or she could be flipping us off, or she could be doing a peace sign, it doesn’t matter, she was here, now she’s gone, these are her parting words, and they’re what they are.
The words are familiar and other times incredibly di I now want to see it performed on stage. I guess what really drives the work is the sense of intrusion and voyeurism in reading her work. It heavily deals with depression and suicide and self harm.
srah The way Sarah explains her emotions; the way she talks about her so coming death; and the way she confronts the world with her utter disgust is just too amazing, painful and passionate.