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What is widely regarded as Kane’s suicide note; she killed herself shortly before the first staging of this, her last play.

Published August 14th by Losada first published July 13th I’ve never read anything like this before. Return to Book Page. Laura rated it it was ok Sep 26, Preview — Ansia – 4. This play was written in shortly before the playwright took her own life at age This play was written in shortly before the playwright took her own life at age My only issue with Kane is ever, with such a blatant emphasis on suicide, could someone have done more to save her?

Jess rated it it was ok May 27, It’s meant to be read as well as acted. Alexandra-Georgiana Andrei rated it liked it Apr 04, Sarah has an amazing way with words, sucked me into her sadness, depression, and the new level of emotions she’s reached. She has, had, a beautiful way with words, an amazing sense of humour even in her darkest moments, she writes with such kne, even when nothing is clear to her, she writes in rhythms and images and it’s like poetry, or music, and every single word is important, means something, symbolically or directly, it’s what’s left of her heart and soul, poured out and smeared across a page and it’s ruthless and mean and vengeful and, maybe, forgiving at the same time.


Look, a text like this may be valuable to someone studying the human brain but I doubt even that, because being a psychologist or even a fake doctor psychiatrist because they’re so inundated with thoughts and ajsia not too far off from what is in this text nearly every day. I felt again not able to object anything that is being said.

Li a dor em cada palavra, roeu-me a amargura de cada frase, achei que s Sintomas: Paperbackpages. Or perhaps that should be empathy. Hannah Johnson rated it it was ok Aug 10, This play is hard to picture and to understand, though in some ways that makes complete sense. Gregory Coutaut rated it it was ok Apr 04, You’ll never read anything like it. The play was staged in London for the first time a year after her death initself is a sequence of elliptical fragments, fractured and emotionally charged moments, it apparently portrayed a mind in the throes of a serious mental breakdown, raging against all who do not understand.

Lucia rated it it was ok Feb 16, And depressing as hell.

Ansia – Sarah Kane

Elif rated it it was ok Feb 06, On the page, 4. Fuck you for rejecting me by never being there, fuck you for making me feel like shit about myself, fuck you for bleeding the fucking love and life out of me, fuck my father for fucking up my life for good and fuck my mother for not leaving him, but most of all, fuck you God for making me love a person who does not exist.

Not in terms of grappling with the meaning but with the emotions involved. Her plays deal with themes of redemptive love, sexual desire, pain, torture—both physical and psychological—and death.


Ansia – 4.48 Psicosis

And I cannot believe that I can feel this for you and you feel nothing. Having not only lost three people in a year, coupled with a long history of mental illness, I just found nothing impressive about a depressives suicide note nor do I find it hip or exciting, like some of the reviewers. On the page, the piece looks like a poem. A couple years back, I saw an experimental version of this play which was atrocious.

Ansia – Psicosis : Sarah Kane :

Quotes from Ansia – 4. Kane’s life was brought to a premature end when she committed suicide at London’s King’s College Hospital. You feel like Sarah is talking to you from the world of the dead, reading your mind and knowing exactly how, secretly or openly, you see the world around you, at least once in your life.

Regardless the perfect score, however, the drama is not perfect in the sense that it has no weak-spots, but in that it delivers perfectly what it sets out to. It could be a journey through one satah mind, or an interview between a doctor and his patient. This is a very difficult book to read.

Breathtaking, heartbreaking, intense and brutal It’s beautiful in the most confusingly painful way, and it’s something that’ll never leave you completely.

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