Antigonick - Winner of the Criticos Prize

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Antigonick - Winner of the Criticos Prize

Antigonick - Winner of the Criticos Prize

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i was in a production of antigone two years ago and it was kind of an earth-shattering experience that forged within me a deep bond with the play. She later offers an overview of Antigone's childhood – "we got her the bike we got her a therapist". In contrast to Grief Lessons and Carson’s Oresteia translation, this one is far less literal, pulling in contemporary language and references to contemporary authors who have commented on Antigone. has an ineluctably comic effect for those who remember Housman's parody of Aeschylus ("O suitably-attired-in-leather-boots head of a traveler . Even her beloved sister Ismene remarks, “You are a person in love with the impossible … although you go without your mind.

Jean Carroll’s allegations that she had been sexually assaulted by Donald Trump were made public, I pulled Antigonick off the shelf. Antigonick, which was published by New Directions, has little punctuation, and the pages are unnumbered.That could also be true, if the illustrations were done in such a way that viewers knew those two themes were intended. Though it is not just the story that is delightful but this is a gorgeously crafted physical book as well, with handwritten dialogue and abstract art pieces by Bianca Stone (I adored her poetry collection What is Otherwise Infinite) on thin translucent sheets between the text. Back in 1992, I watched all three performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company, one after another at the Barbican theatre in London, which was simply too much tragedy for one long evening.

In this aspect, and occasionally even in its style, it's reminiscent of Ezra Pound's Sophokles: Women of Trachis . In addition to word play, there's poetry here that makes me cry because it's so beautiful, especially Carson's translation of the magnificent "Ode to Man" that comes at the end of the first act.

net, says the illustrations "lack the depth, in both subject and style, to dovetail with Carson's translation. But Anne Carson eliminates the intrinsic misogyny of the Ancient Greek culture and now a more feminist theme (we are girls / girls cannot force their way against men // yet I will ) is prominent. only add dimension to a work that does not need any support to be completely satisfying and intriguing.



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