Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 1st 1983
Pages no: 242
Edition language: English
, Read For School
, 20th Century
, Modern Classics
Every time I read or watch this sucker I get overwhelmed with how insane the characters act. It's like watching them all implode and I've yet to get used to it. However, the overload of the subject matter leads to sad laughter and shock and because of that I don't get bored of the play. 4 stars be...
Have you ever been out with a couple whose relationship is reaching its end and they spend the night trying to, not so subtly, demoralize each other? Well that's what this whole play is like. Just reading it was pretty uncomfortable as both the couples are constantly doing their best to inflict the ...
I was too stupid to understand the twist at first, haha!
Lives up to its reputation as a classic. A veritable masterclass in how to write dialogue.
I grew up watching the Liz Taylor/Richard Burton film and that says so much more about my childhood than I'd like to admit. It's a great film and an even better play. It's a masterpiece of squirm inducing dysfunction.
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