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A Lie of the Mind (Anglais) Broché – décembre 1986


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His Most Popular Play Among Playwrights 28 novembre 2001
Par Johnna J. Adams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In almost every playwriting class I have taken the teacher has asked the participants to go around the room and discuss their favorite plays. A Lie of the Mind is always everyone's favorite Shepard play. I have curiously never heard playwrights mention Fool for Love, Buried Child, or Curse of the Starving Class which are much more popular with actors and directors (and the Pulitzer Committee). True West is sometimes a favorite for its tight X-shaped structure. But, A Lie of the Mind has a gorgeous ensemble feel, interwining the lives of two troubled families into an alcoholic and violent aria of tortured love. I have seen it performed twice and seen actors work on each individual scene as class work so it haunts me a lot and never fails to astonish. The play has a heartbeat and sweet warm flesh. It also has one of the most dramatic and involving beginning scenes ever penned. A must read for playwrights interested in writing ensemble pieces.
Sam Shepard's best 13 avril 2011
Par Sarah R. Nottingham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I love this play! Sam Shepard is a brilliant playwright and has done it once again.

Lie of the Mind is relatable with a beautiful storyline and solid characters.

Hard to find at booksellers, order it here and save some time and money.
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Not up to par.... 19 octobre 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a theatre major and a huge fan of Sam Shepard's body of works, I was excited to read "Lie...." The play has gained popularity recently, especially in academic theatre circles. The characters, however rich, never seem to truely develop. The plot is stalled from the first scene -- the whole piece seems to be nothing but one loud, emotional outburst after another. If you want to be exposed to the greatness of Shepard, stick with "Buried Child" or "Fool for Love" -- even "Curse of the Starving Class" shines far above this work.
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"A Lie of the Mind" 12 novembre 2007
Par Connie J. Weidig - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I bought this for my daughter who read it and is using an excerpt from it for her musical theater auditions. It's a great play.
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An accurate portrayal of imperfect human nature. 6 avril 2000
Par "redsadiekins" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This wonderful drama is a great example of the imperfect quality of human nature. Even the characters that seem to be the most put together have their own weaknesses and foibles. Shepard has done a very good job of constructing the scenes in a logical manner, appropriately switching between the homes of two different, yet strongly connected families. One of the crowning achievements of this drama is that it draws you in and makes you feel for the characters of the two midwestern families, especially Beth, the now-mentally damaged wife of Jake. I have not seen this play performed but if the written play can draw you the reader in so deeply, I can only imagine what the performed piece can do to the audience. I highly reccomend this drama to anyone who loves to read well-written plays.
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