Kane, Nina R. (2011) Gender, Fracture and the Architecture of Sarah Kane's 'Blasted'. In: Drama Research Seminar, June 8th 2011, Huddersfield, UK. (Submitted)
Abstract

In the opening of this paper, I reflect on Kane’s writing processes and on the importance
of recognising the spaces and fractures in her texts. I then turn to an analysis of formal
structure in her work, before focusing on the significance of architecture in Blasted, and
its relationship to embodiment, language and gender politics.

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