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جمجمه ای در كانه مارا By Martin McDonagh,

  • Title: جمجمه ای در كانه مارا
  • Author: Martin McDonagh
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 195
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  • For one week each autumn, Mick Dowd is hired to disinter the bones in certain sections of his local cemetery to make way for the new arrivals As the time approaches for him to dig up those of his own late wife, strange rumours regarding his involvement in her sudden death seven years ago gradually begin to resurface.
    For one week each autumn Mick Dowd is hired to disinter the bones in certain sections of his local cemetery to make way for the new arrivals As the time approaches for him to dig up those of his own

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    1. A Skull in Connemara is playwright director Martin McDonagh s second play in his Leenane trilogy three unrelated plays set in the same Irish village It follows Mick Dowd, who each year disinters bones from the local cemetery to make way for new arrivals When he s forced to dig up the remains of his late wife, questions arise about his possible involvement in her death.What I enjoyed about A Skull in Connemara is exactly what I enjoy about all of McDonagh s plays morally corrupt characters, the b [...]

    2. Hilarious, weird, and whacky It s funny how distinctly Irish it is I couldn t read it without hearing Irish accents in my head Similar to Synge s Playboy of the Western World, I think if I saw this play put on I would come out thinking What the hell was that all about That was my basic impression after I read it granted I finished it around 2 AM, and the final scene is creepy enough to freak out anyone at that hour For me, the main most interesting point was the concept of truth did Mick kill hi [...]

    3. Martin McDonagh always makes me laugh Not with funny dialogues, but with the weird and uncomfortable situations he forces his characters in to.A Skull in Connemara has a lot of annoying circumstances that I enjoyed watching characters struggling with.Scene 2 was one of the best scenes McDonagh has ever created P.S to dear Persian translated version readers The translation definitely ruined comic dialogues Makes it so unfunny and lame.

    4. The best of the trilogy I was laughing out loud throughout, despite myself, despite the content It felt honest and sincere and approachable, even considering the trademark brutality.

    5. Mick 50s Maryjohnny Mick s mother, 70s Mairtin teenager a troublemaker, cooked a hamster in biology classThomas Mairtin s brother, 30s a policemanSummary Mick s job is digging up graves that are seven years old, getting rid of the bones to make space in the graveyard His wife has been dead for seven years, so it is time for him to dig up her grave Father Welsh has hired Mairtin to help Mick Mairtin asks what Mick does with the bones Mick first tells him that he crushes them to dust with a hammer [...]

    6. What didn t I learn from this book Well, actually I learnt this is better much better as a play than as a book Mainly because, despite long term immersion in the Irish way of speaking, the reading voice in my head does very little justice to McDonagh s dialogue I would also say this is best read at one or a few goes instead of, as I did, over the course of a year There are bingo playing old grannies, feuding siblings, wisecracking or, rather, morosely swearing gravediggers or at least one of tho [...]

    7. This play centers around an Irish man, whose job it is to exhume bodies from an overcrowded cemetery He digs up the skull of a woman he was accused of murdering years before The play is filled with dark humor, and is loosely a mystery play.See my other reviews here

    8. From its back cover description, this would seem a very morbid play In actuality it s less explicitly macabre, and unnervingly commonplace albeit a commonplace involving grave digging and skull smashing The ambiguous ending had chilling potential that would probably be enhanced in seeing the play.

    9. Wow Read a review in the Post I have no background in Irish drama at all But this was amazing Funny, strange, sad, and odd And since it is a play, I read it in under 2 hours Would love to see it performed.

    10. McDonagh has crafted a pitch black, shaggy dog of a play that is at turns laugh out loud funny, shocking, and emotionally affecting.

    11. Another winner Great dialogue, and some very entertaining and occasionally disturbing reversals I d love to see this staged.

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