خوانش شيزوآنالتيك درام مارتين مكدانا: خوانشي بر غرب غمزده،مرد بالشي و يك ماده خيلي خيلي خيلي تاريك
A Schizoanalytic Reading of Martin Mcdonagh’s Drama: A Case Study of The Lonesome West, The Pillowman and A Very Very Very Dark Matter
Martin Mcdonagh is one of the most popular and controversial contemporary dramatists. He seems to have no respect for the theatrical conventions and, as he said in an interview, believes that the audience should leave a theatre with the same feeling he has after a good rock concert. By this attitude Mcdonagh has created some authentic plays which do not follow the previous established ideas about drama. This makes his works as good cases of study for schizoanalysis. Deleuze and Guattari (1980) as the theorists of schizoanalysis mention that a work of art should create affect and give the audience what has not been already given by others and lead him toward a beyond which he has not experienced before. Therefore, this thesis aims to adopt a schizoanalytic reading of Martin Mcdonagh’s drama and study its main concepts in three of his plays: The Lonesome West (1997), The Pillowman (2003) and A Very Very Very Dark Matter (2018) in order to open a new perspective in reading these plays in the light of schizoanalysis.
Schizoanalysis, Psychoanalysis, Rhizome, Minor Literature, Desiring-Machine, McDonagh, Deleuze