Sarah Kane: Complete Plays - Study Guide Crave, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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In the second half of "Crave", C discusses the disgust she feels with men and how she needs to be abused to have an orgasm. A, meanwhile, makes one final plea for her love and is, again, rebuffed. Both express the exhaustion and despair of not having love. C explains how sex is a painful and humiliating chore for her. She suspects the only meaningful thing she will do is die.

A begins to switch topic, discussing the affairs he is having. M, meanwhile, becomes a confidante, a mother or a psychiatrist alternately. She seems to browbeat the protagonist for drinking too much and sleeping around. C is sinking deeper into a suicidal depression spiral. She has switched from disinterest with relationships to desperation for one. A, in contrast, refuses to engage her. The dynamic has reversed between the two.

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