Karen Finley: George and Martha

Karen Finley: George and Martha
Library Shelf Location ABC-FINL
Publication Date Mar 2006

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George and Martha meet in a seedy motel room on the night before the Republican National Convention. Their affair goes way back, before George stole the election, before Martha built an empire on fascist domesticity. As usual, George numbs his pain over waging perpetual war with cocaine and the promise of kinky sex. Martha is forced to take a long view of her life as she suffers the public humiliation of corporate scandal, on the brink of going to prison. Written in the style of Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," "George and Martha" is Karen Finley's most scandalous work to date, a hilarious satire that takes a radical stand on political power, psychosexual relations between men and women, and the current state of affairs. This book is lavishly illustrated with drawings by the author.

ISBN 1844670643
Quantity 1
Pages 108
Author Karen Finley
Format Paperback
Publisher Verso Books, London and New York
Related Artist Karen Finley
Categories Artists' Books, BALTIC Artists' Book Collection (by appointment)
Keyword Satire
Artist's Nationality American (USA)
Language English

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