Liz Lochhead’s play Blood and Ice was first performed at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August It was later. Buy Blood and Ice (NHB Modern Plays) (Nick Hern Books) Revised by Liz Lochhead (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices. And so I wonder what she would have made of the poet Liz Lochhead’s febrile psychodrama, Blood and Ice, which in a conventional.
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Liz Lochhead – Blood and Ice
Mahsa Razavi rated it it was amazing Dec 13, In January she was named as the second Scots Makar, or national poet, succeeding Edwin Morgan who had died the previous year. Francesca rated it it was amazing Dec 09, Lisa Hocking rated it it was amazing Nov 13, Magda rated it liked it Jun 23, Siobhan Mcculloch rated it it was amazing Oct 11, Looking for beautiful books?
Blokd Fleming rated it it was ok Dec 13, First staged in and revived several times since, Liz Bliod tells the story of Frankenstein’s creation as if set in a ghostly nursery.
Eighteen-year-old Mary and her husband Percy Bysshe Shelley, along with Mary’s half-sister Claire and the infamous Lord Byron, take part in a challenge to see who can write the most horrifying story.
Eva rated it really liked it Oct 02, As Liz Lochhead sees it, Mary Shelley was one parent who accepted that responsibility and was duly tormented by it. Amateur rights performance fee: An intimate and hedonistic examination of a nineteenth-century love triangle, slope explores the affair betw For it seems to Mary that she is the progenitor of all her woes: Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.
Return to Book Page. Apply for performing rights for this title. Simon Bolland rated it really liked it Dec 04, Kimberly rated it it was amazing Feb 23, She lives in Glasgow. The house party where the challenge was set that spurned Mary to write the book is familiar to me.
Mary Shelley and her lover Percy Bysshe Shelley, along with Mary’s half-sister Claire and the infamous Lord Byron, take part in a challenge to see who lochhfad write the most horrifying story. Blood and Ice is well-written but I just found it quite dull for the most part. I found myself bored at times. Using flashbacks and the rich poetic language for which she has become admired, Lochhead weaves a spider’s web of connections between Mary’s own tragic life and that of her literary monster.
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Even the most dissolute mother or father must accept responsibility for the act of bringing life. Fragoso rated it liked it. To accept cookies continue browsing as normal. To view it, click here.
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A house party on the shores of Lake Geneva. Meisam rated it it was ok Dec 30, To see what bloof friends thought of this book, please sign up. Books by Liz Lochhead. I like the movie with Robert De Nero though.
Blood and Ice, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh | Stage | The Guardian
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Also by Liz Lochhead: Other books in this series. All of us can blame our parents for the existential mess we’re in. Kit rated it liked it Jan 23,