okk so i just finished reading 4.48 psychosis by sarah kane, that i had to read for literature class, and i liked it so muchhh ugh.
sarah kane was so based... it gave me goosebumps,, i got the same sensation when i read last words from montmartre. there's something about what's beautiful and sad/tragic at the same time that just gets to me.
it's supposed to be a play, but it's not written like one at all.. i think that's genius. i wish to see it on a theatre someday!! any of her plays but specially psychosis... wonder how it's possible to make it work.
this isn't exactly one of the most explicit/crude lines, but it was one of my favs..
"Cut out my tongue
tear out my hair
cut off my limbs
but leave me my love
I would rather have lost my legs
pulled out my teeth
gouged out my eyes
than lost my love" (p. 22)
i like love being depicted as a sort of all or nothing, above it all. as something so precious that no pain is worse than losing it.
well rip sarah kane she was so talented :( hope her mind's resting now fr fr ❤️