Anger In Caryl Churchill's Vinegar Tom Analysis

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Thesis statement The research studies Anger in Caryl Churchill 's Vinegar Tom, stressing the themes of gender and the repression of women by patriarch standards through employing the techniques of alienation, satire, and irony. Outline I Anger in Literature 1-Definitions: a- According to Seneca, anger is a type of insanity that devastates the capability to think, and consequently it hits our universe immediately. b- For Rene Descartes, anger is a kind of hatred and hatred is the opposite of passion and arises in man when he believes a thing or a matter to be ill or hurtful. c-To modern psychologists, anger is essential, and it is a matter that has effective importance for existence. 2-Origins: a-The old Greek tragedies have emerged and become known in ancient Greece 700 BC. The tragedies approach the utmost states of mind, like anger, cruelty, and fearful sufferance. The Greek tragedies seek for cleansing the ill emotions of the audience. b- The Jacobean Theatre emerged by the 16th century. The tragedies in the Jacobean era were even more terrifying, where anger, cruelty, and evil appear in most of the plays, such as Hamlet and King Lear by Shakespeare. c-The Experimental theatre has begun in the late 19th century. It has tackled social and political issues. In order to highlight culture issues, the experimental theatre has tried to use a different language and this was perceived as dangerous. d-The Naturalistic Theatre has begun in the late

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