Sarah Kane: Complete Plays Topics for Discussion

Sarah Kane
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Discuss the connection between social atrocities and personal pain. What do the depressives of Sarah Kane's work feel about the ills of the world? To what extend are they responsible for them, and why do they invariably feel responsible?

How do human beings connect to each other in Sarah Kane's narratives? Is a pure and loving relationship between two people ever possible? Discuss why individuals in Kane's universe cannot fully connect to one another.

Discuss setting in Sarah Kane's work. How do even her most concrete locations have a seeming ephemeral quality about them? What could they represent beyond simply a university, a hotel room, etc? At what point does Kane forgo all sense of location and why?

What role does suicide play in the works of this collection? What drives individuals in the play and films she wrote to suicide? Discuss whether the texts of this...

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