Wit: A Play Best Read || [Margaret Edson], Wit: A Play, Margaret Edson, Wit A Play Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama the New York Drama Critics Circle Award the Drama Desk Award the Outer Critics Circle Award the Lucille Lortel Award and the Oppenheimer AwardMargaret Edsons powerfully imagined Pulitzer Prizewinning play examines what makes life worth living through her exploration of one of existences unifying experiencesmortalitywhile she also probes, Wit: A Play Best Read || [Margaret Edson] - Wit: A Play, Wit A Play Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama the New York Drama Critics Circle Award the Drama Desk Award the Outer Critics Circle Award the Lucille Lortel Award and the Oppenheimer AwardMargaret

  • Publisher‏:‎ Farrar, Straus and Giroux; 1st edition (May 20, 2014)
  • Publication date‏:‎ May 20, 2014
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 313 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
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  • Print length‏:‎ 99 pages
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Wit: A Play

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  1. Certainly much sparse than the film, which you would expect from the play But all of the humanity, and struggles over the loss of control of such a powerfull and demanding teacher of complex literature, who expected perfection from her students and herself, remains a powerful transition into the painful journey into humanity toward herself and others, her reallization that despite her strong, best efforts, she has her automamy pelled away from her, and finds two kind women her nurse and former p [...]


  2. If poisonous minerals, and if that tree, Whose fruit threw death on else immortall us, If lecherous goats, if serpents envious Cannot be damn d Alas why should I bee That remember them i.e his sins , some claime as debt, I think it mercy, if thou wilst forget.W t is a clever play, starting with its title For wit is the weapon the great metaphysical poet John Donne used in his sonnets to approach an unapproachable God and the protagonist of this play, Vivian Bearing, Ph D is a Donne scholar whose [...]


  3. This book was fascinating and so well written If you like words and their meanings, you ll find this book entertaining Even grammatical references have a place of importance in this book about a serious topic death It is a short book and can be read in one day, even for a slow reader like me I was a little disappointed in the ending, but understand why the author chose that ending I highly recommend this book It will keep your attention and make you think about some deep things.


  4. Required reading for an Honors Brit Lit course At first, the topic seemed dismal Then, when paired with the movie, the book comes to life I know odd since Wit is about dying It is beautifully written and each word provides delectable meaning to ponder The author intertwines sonnets and meditations, making Brit Lit current as the main character revels in her intelligence, observations, and surprising ability to learn new lessons until her final act Oooops no spoilers


  5. I thoroughly enjoyed this play It is a quick read Very funny And even poignant It makes me want to go out and study the poetry of John Donne It is a truthful telling of the medical world and how some doctors see their patients as research, but it is also this approach to her which causes our heroine to reapproach her study of Donne in a personal and less academic light With her own experience of life and death she finally gains deeper understanding of the metaphysical poet This is a heartbreaker [...]


  6. Cancer affects many of us Many are involved and even though one dies they are not forgotten Healthcare professionals keep a little bit with them Compassion fatigue is real and I think helps one be better for the future.


  7. I was reading this for a narrative class, but I enjoyed it, as it was a very interesting story It s an easy read, and can be read quickly Narrative pulls you in and you watch the characters change throughout.