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Nicholas Mosley

Catastrophe Practice

Catastrophe Practice, in the form of three plays with prefaces and a novella, follows six characters trying to find their way through some catastrophe that is less in the world outside than in their minds. Drawing upon catastrophe theory to examine the discontinuities in human personality and our tendency to progress suddenly rather than smoothly, the six characters struggle to disrupt traditional ways of being. These characters feel that conventional ways of interpreting the world have become destructive †“conventional language, conventional feelings, conventional situations †“ and try to find a way to realise genuine experience.
296 printed pages

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