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Maria Cristina

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Re: Newspapers Articles
« Reply #3 on: January 18, 2010, 11:12:47 PM »
Hi emiliano, i'm italian as you and i'm writing my thesis about sarah kane's Skin. Actually i have to make a translation of the script and to translate articles or reviews about it. If you have some material that could be usefull for me,please contact me.
Capisco che i nostri lavori sono ben diversi ma te ne sarei grata se potessi darmi una mano visto che su internet si trova molto poco su quest'opera.
Thanks a lot.
my e-mail is:


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Re: Newspapers Articles
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2009, 04:50:32 PM »
It's me (again!).
If it's possibile I also need:

Singer A., Don't want to be this: the elusive Sarah Kane, The Drama Reviw vol.48 2004 p. 139/170
Solga Kima, Blasted Hysteria: rape, realism and theresholds of the visible, Modern Drama 50:3 p. 346/374


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Newspapers Articles
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2009, 04:30:21 PM »
Hi everyone!
I need help.
I'm an Italian student and I'm writing my thesis about Kane (I have already posted the topic "about streetheart").
I'm looking for some old newspapers'articles.
I have already checked on the web but I've found nothing.
If You can help me (if you have these articles) whould You kindly send them to my e-mail address? (
I would like to thank You since now for Your kind reply and I look forward to receving it as soon as possible.

Yours faithfully,
Emiliano Russo.


Curtis N., Random tour in a chamber of horrors, Evening Standard January 19, 1995
Brady M., Young Playwright blasted for 'brutalist' debut work, Indipendent January 20, 1995
Kingstone J., Shocking scenes in Sloane Square, theTimes January 20, 1995
Spenser C., Awful shock, Daily Telegraph January 20, 1995
Bond Edward, A blast at our smug theatre, theGuardian January 28, 1995
Billington Michael, Fabouls Five, theGuardian March 13, 1996
Billington Michael, Would you like your children to be brought up by a rich, kindly, old pervert?; theGuardian September 16, 1996
Sellar Tom, Truth and dare: Sarah Kane's Blasted, Theatre January 1996
Ravenhill Mark, Telly is rubbish. Politcs is boring, And directors are b*****ds, theGuardian June 11, 1997