Equus. by Peter Shaffer
Physical force exerted for the purpose of violating, damaging, or abusing.
Physical and emotional phenomenon of violence in Equus
The first phenomenon of violence that can be seen in the play is that of Alan Strang, with the blinding of the horses. Scene 2 pg 4 Hesther, "He blinded six horses with a metal spike." This is an outburst of violence that forms the basis of the play
*<Tab/>Violence in physical form can again be seen, this time from the father in scene 10, pg 25, "He pulls Alan from the horseman's shoulders. The boy shrieks, and falls to the ground." Thi…
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