Sarah Kane: Complete Plays - Study Guide Blasted, Scenes 3-5 Summary & Analysis

Sarah Kane
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In Scene 3, a mortar shell has destroyed the hotel room. Ian and the soldier are passed out. They awaken, and the soldier points his rifle at Ian. The soldier sucks down the last of the gin and demands a cigarette of Ian. The soldier asks Ian if her is military. Ian equivocally denies and explains the he is not English but Welsh. The soldier does not understand. He appraises Ian and asks about the girl whose panties he found in the room. The soldier talks about his girlfriend, Col. He says he misses sex, and he tells a story of raping all the women in a civilian family before torturing and killing the men. He castigates Ian for living a pampered life without horror. He says that a soldier raped and murdered Col. The soldier demands to know if Ian could rape and...

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