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Lauren De Vos,Graham Saunders
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This item:Sarah Kane in Context by Lauren De Vos Paperback £1. 9. Lauren de Vos is a Lecturer in Comparative Literature at Ghent University. Graham Saunders is a Lecturer in Theatre Studies at the University of Reading.

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Sarah Kane in Context: Essays (Paperback). From the controversy in 1995 that heralded Blasted, to her death in February 1999, Sarah Kane built a reputation as an established playwright of international stature

Sarah Kane in Context: Essays (Paperback). From the controversy in 1995 that heralded Blasted, to her death in February 1999, Sarah Kane built a reputation as an established playwright of international stature. This is the first volume of collected essays by some of the leading scholars in their field, providing a comprehensive approach to the body of work she produced in this brief period.

Laurens De Vos, Graham Saunders. Essays included cover the political, literary and theatrical identities that have exerted influence on Kane's work, as well as discussing and assessing her innovative theatrical experiments and the performative.

Sarah Kane in Context book.

Practically every essay cites Saunders' book multiple times, and many . Sarah Kane in Context.

Practically every essay cites Saunders' book multiple times, and many of them also quote Sierz's definitive study. What emerges is a "school" of Sarah Kane criticism, self-aggrandising and self-promoting, but also curiously isolated. The "context" of the title is revealed in the introduction as theoretical: Roland Barthes, Walter Benjamin, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, Jacques Lacan. But there are also interesting relationships traced with Antonin Artaud and with the author of the concept of post-dramatic theatre, Hans-Thies Lehmann. Manchester University Press.

Authors: De Vos, Laurens, Saunders, Graham. Sarah Kane in Context (Paperback). First collection of essays, by some of the leading scholars in their field on one of the most controversial and influential dramatists who emerged during the 'In-Yer Face' generation of British dramatists in the 1990s. Essential, wide-ranging, European guide to Kane for students and scholars of Theatre Studies or English Literature.

De Vos, Laurens, Saunders, Graham.

First collection of essays, by some of the leading scholars in their field on one of the most controversial and influential dramatists who emerged during the 'In-Yer Face' generation of British dramatists in the 1990s. De Vos, Laurens, Saunders, Graham.

In Sarah Kane in Context, ed. Laurens de Vos and Graham Saunders, 57–67. Neither Here Nor There: Theatrical Space in Kane’s Work. In Sarah Kane in Context, ed. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Laurens de Vos and Graham Saunders, 149–160.

Graham Saunders & Lauren De Vos, (ed. Sarah Kane in Context, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010 (Introduction, p. -12 and chapter, 'The Beckettian World of Sarah Kane' p. 8-79), Manchester: MUP: 2010, 239 pp ISBN 978-0-7190-7739-5 (hb). Rebecca D’Monte & Graham Saunders, (ed. Cool Britannia? British Political Drama in the 1990s, London: Palgrave, 2008, 261 pp.

Volume 27 Issue 2. Laurens de Vos and Graham Saund. New Theatre Quarterly. Laurens de Vos and Graham Saunders, ed. Sarah Kane in ContextManchester: Manchester University Press, 2010.

From the controversy in 1995 that heralded Blasted, to her death in February 1999, Sarah Kane built a reputation as an established playwright of international stature. This is the first volume of collected essays by some of the leading scholars in their field, providing a comprehensive approach to the body of work she produced in this brief period. Essays included cover the political, literary and theatrical identities that have exerted influence on Kane's work, as well as discussing and assessing her innovative theatrical experiments and the performative issues that arise from within the plays. Sarah Kane in context examines one of the most controversial and influential dramatists who emerged during the 'In-Yer Face' generation of British dramatists in the 1990s and provides an essential guide to Kane for students and scholars alike.