Fabrication (Oberon Modern Plays)
Santrauka: A Milanese Industrialist abandons everything he has worked for and becomes obsessed with his teenage son. His tragic descent into madness unleashes his dark and primal desires. Written in blank verse, the play begins with an address by the Ghost of Sophocles and is an inversion of the Oedipus myth. This is a rare opportunity to read the work of notorious Italian writer Pasolini, best known for his extraordinary and controversial films, Accatone, Teorema and Salo. Fabrication explores the corrosive power of capitalism and Pasolini s intense preoccupation with his father.