Home · Sarah Kane – El Amor de Fedra. Sarah Kane – El Amor de Fedra. January 7, | Author: Adrian Grnd | Category: N/A. DOWNLOAD PDF – KB. When Sarah Kane’s first play, Blasted, was staged at the Royal Court . Esta versão da tragédia de Fedra e Hipólito, além de mais moderna é muito cruel e. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Emociones y antiemociones en la fedra de unamuno y en phaedra’s love de sarah kane: Un análisis mitocritico desde las.

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Sarah Kane – El Amor de Fedra

In Psicosi delle 4. And I want to play hide-and-seek and give you my clothes and tell you I like your shoes and sit on the steps while you take a bath and massage your neck and kiss your feet and hold your hand and go for a meal and not mind when you eat my food and meet you at Rudy’s and talk about the day and type your letters and carry your boxes and laugh at your paranoia and give you tapes you don’t listen to and watch great films and watch terrible films and complain about the radio and take pictu From Crave: If it were only the violence to shock you then this would be boring.

Phaedra’s Love is a play by British playwright Sarah Kane. Metti che prendi la macchina e le chiavi di casa loro. Eliot put it, “In the Renaissance, no Latin author was more highly esteemed that Seneca; in modern times, few Latin authors have been more consistently damned”. Strophe, unbeknownst to Theseus, has done the same. Mar 02, Allyson rated it it was amazing Recommended to Allyson by: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. I really want to see one of her plays one day.


I do feel bad for her and the fact she took her life. I just woke up from a nightmare, something I very rarely have, even after scary movies. Sarah Kane ci riesce, e noi ci facciamo male.

The darkest of the darkest dark. Behind the brutality of her plays are very real human emotions, ones that stick with you long after you’ve gotten feera the visual horror of a scene. See in the post below for the shortened and edited version that appeared in szrah online magazine, 19th April Shortened online version of an article published in Litro Magazine concentrating on the Sheffield Theatres production of Sarah Kane’s Blasted dir.

Phaedra’s Love – Wikipedia

The play is a modern adaptation of Seneca ‘s Phaedra. To me there are very clearly two periods in Kanes work. Ads help cover our server costs. Depression is not beautiful, suicide is not a romantic way of dying. Her published work consists of five plays and one short film, Skin. Kanr read this book about a year ago.

Works by Sarah Kane. It’s about an kxne sadistic man, who toys with his subjects. Ho il cuore spezzato. I had to ponder on this one a while. Views Read Edit View history. Knowing that Kane committed suicide shortly after writing this, you can’t help but feel this is her suicide note, in a way.

Kane’s life was brought to a premature end when she committed suicide at London’s King’s College Hospital.


Whilst in prison, Hippolytus speaks with a priest who eventually performs fellatio on Hippolytus. You have to sarqh in an extremely dark place to be able to do this and it is not something to aspire. It’s worthy of the Seneca and Racine versions, that’s for sure. Without spoiling anything, the theme here is the brutality of war and it’s effect on the human psyche. It is later revealed that Strophe had sex with Theseus on the night Theseus and Phaedra were married.

Dark, funny, inventive, desperately human, with a depth of feeling that compels you. Please click on the link to download it.

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There are layers of depth in here of people switching identities in some way, of the extremes of human emotions. Howard Barker, Debbie Tucker It is particularly concerned with the kanee played by space and embodiment in these representations, and what emerges as Let me be clear: I think Blasted will haunt me for the rest of my life.

Explores how gender violence is portrayed on the stage through an exploration of Sarah Kane’s work.

The play opens Hippolytus cleaning semen and snot with socks that are lying about his room. The play ends as a vulture flies down to consume the corpse of Hippolytus.