Week 3: Fighting Routine in Marina Carr's ‘Woman and Scarecrow’
If you’ve ever stood in front of a sliced pan wondering how you became a slave to filling a school lunchbox, faced a grubby pile of school uniforms consumed with anxiety as to how you were going to launder it before Monday, or gazed at your reflection wishing yourself thinner, younger or more splendid, then Dr Una Kealy’s talk on Marina Carr’s Woman and Scarecrow will appeal. Considering the light, shade and vivid imagery of Carr’s dramaturgy, Dr Kealy reflects on how Carr explores inter-generational repetition and the torment of Tesco, timetables and tedium.
This is the third of four talks in March by Dr Una Kealy, Lecturer at the School of Humanities, Waterford Institute of Technology.
Please phone Wexford Town Library on 053 9196760 to book a place. Should you require any supports to fully participate in this event, please contact the Librarian.