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❴PDF / Epub❵ ★ Cruelty And Desire In The Modern Theater Author Laurens De Vos – Buyprobolan50.co Departing from a refreshing look at the ideas of Antonin Artaud this book provides a thorough analysis of how both Sarah Kane and Samuel Beckett are indebted to his legacy In juxtaposing these playwriDeparting from a refreshing look at the ideas of Antonin Artaud this book provides a thorough analysis of how both Sarah Kane and Samuel Beckett are indebted to his legacy In juxtaposing these playwrights De Vos minutely points out how both in their own way struggle with coming to terms with Artaud A key concept in Lacanian psychoanalytic theories desire lies at the root of the Theatre of Cruelty; Kane and Beckett prove that desire and cruelty are inextricably linked to one another but that they appear in radically different disguises Relying on Kane and Beckett this book not only sheds a light on the precise intentions behind Artaud's project it al.

So maps out the structural parallels and dichotomies between the Theatre of Cruelty and the literary genre of tragedy Immediately after the premiere of Sarah Kane's Blasted in 1995 some reviewers made a link with Antonin Artaud's Theatre of Cruelty These parallels however were solely based on the abundance of physical violence on stage In response to these assertions this book traces minutely Artaud's legacy for later generations Making use of Jacues Lacan's psychoanalytical ideas as a theoretical framework De Vos defines Artaud's project not so much in terms of blood and goriness but rather as a theater of Passion revolving around notions as desire.

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