A Few Forms of Fury

A Few Forms of Fury

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"Soon, a tragedy will occur. Or not quite a tragedy. Something like it.”

A Few Forms of Fury is a piece of comic new writing, reimagining the revenge goddesses of Greek myth as bureaucratic office-workers. Think three cape-wearing harbingers of doom tied down by paperwork and filing cabinets.

When the youngest sister loses interest, and begins to wonder what freedom might be like, everything goes to hell.

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Performed by University of Oxford Students

By Alice Wilson

New writing 

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