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I’m not sure I’d ever want to see them staged, because they are viscerally awful for me, but again, very well written, intentional theatre. Mar 13, T for Tongue-tied rated it really liked it Shelves: These plays are not so much brutal as they are deeply depressing.

Very much like Crave, but even further down the spiral. She looked for something in the darkness of the stage to bring back to an audience that is lost and threatened. Metti che ti siedi al bordo del letto, e strofini lo sguardo sulle pagine logore. Ferda um pouco a mistura do filme Trainspotting e de Salo, de Pasolini, juntou drogas e sadismo. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The darkest of the darkest dark. It’s on the extremes of human love, the strange position of royalty Hyppolytus: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.


One understands instinctively that her work is dangerous. The play opens Hippolytus cleaning semen and snot with socks that are lying about his room.

Complete Plays by Sarah Kane

A complete conversation with the voices inside the protagonist’s head, it has the same dark humor as Crave, but there is less of it.

Kane’s life was brought to a premature ve when she committed suicide at London’s King’s College Hospital. Videos About This Book. During the interaction Hippolytus informs Phaedra that he has had sex with his step-sister, Strophe, and that Strophe, Phaedra’s biological daughter, has also had sex with Theseus, Phaedra’s husband and Hippolytus’s father.

But even if it is so, those plays leave you feeling shocked into new awareness – unnamed, felt under saray skin – and they make a compelling case for Kane’s vision – maybe not easy but uncompromising, intoxicating and truly unique. In the final sequence Theseus has returned home and disguises himself in a crowd.

May 07, Birgit rated it it was amazing.

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Sarah Kane – El Amor de Fedra

It also saraj gave me a story idea which is probably the most depressing thing that I’ve ever come up with, but also the most intense and emotional. Afterwards, when Theseus sees the corpses, he realizes that it was Strophe who he had just raped and killed and expresses regret before cutting his own throat. In some ways, reading the plays as a collection, I an reminded of Beckett, but stronger, harder.


Works by Sarah Kane. Sep 14, Simona Bartolotta rated it it was amazing Shelves: And they turn out to be the real horror.

If anything her work shows intense sympathy, each play searching for redemption and the possibility of vision in a bitter, cynical world. Volubile, cinico, amaro, grasso, decadente, sfatto. Amir 27, Brigi rated it it was amazing Shelves: Paperbackpages. It’s kand, visceral, brutally honest. Phaedra approaches Hippolytus, regardless of the warnings she has heard. 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.

It’s shocking in the moment, yes, but it’s also so much more than that. If you are depressed, do not read this one or 4.

If it were only the violence to shock you then this would be boring. And properly be represented. Often asked myself did that just happen? Lots on sexuality, loneliness, broken relationships, sexual violence, love, abandonment, jealousy, attachment, communication, the impossibility of truly knowing someone, despair, all of that garnered with a layer of physical violence.