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Represention of depression in Kane's work
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2008, 06:21:21 PM »

I am currently researching my dissertation entitled ''the chronic insanity of the sane': The Representation of Depression in the work of Sarah Kane.'

I was thinking of exploring how she challenges distinctions of 'sane' and 'insane' as well as the techniques she uses to depict the experience of depression. I might also see if I can links with some aspects of trauma theory.

Basically I was just wondering if anyone had any ideas on the topic or could perhaps point me towards any critical work on the issue.

Thanks & happy Christmas,