He is also well known for writing his play around the idea of human emotions and conflicts. The poem, "All the World 's a Stage" clearly demonstrates that idea. Shakespeare took his life experiences and put them into a perspective that others could see through this poem. In all reality, the world can be seen as a stage with the people as actors. We play certain roles throughout our whole lives at different stages.
His early plays were primarily comedies and histories, and these are regarded as some of the best work ever produced in these genres. In this essay, I will be analyzing Shakespeare’s poem “Sonnet 18.” And I will be mentioning the Sound Devices and the figurative language. The poet starts with
KAIZAAD KOTWAL Born to Mahabanoo Mody Kotwal, Kaizaad Kotwal is an Indian veteran actor, producer, director, writer, and designer. He was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India around 1969. Kotwal’s passion for theater began when he was 18. Genuinely inspired by the feminist Kamla Ramchandani’s “The Witness,” Kotwal adapted the script and directed his first play for a theater competition in high school which received high critical acclaim. The success of this play has drawn him towards the strong feminist theme, whose emphasis can be seen in his later works.
Elizabeth did not get married until she died. In this era, there are many developments that many authors were able to publish different literature. In Elizabethan times the development of prose was slower and slighter than poetry. Besides, music, English poetry, and also Elizabethan theatre are coming out. William Shakespeare is one of the authors of the drama that has a great influence on the development of literature in this era with one of his works entitled Romeo and Juliet.
He was able to express human experience by verbalizing events in most people’s everyday lives. When it becomes hard to put something into words Shakespeare can be there to speak for you. Most authors from his century kept to one specific genre for example, Homer told stories of adventure and men at war, while Shakespeare, not only wrote about every genre known to man he also wrote the greatest stories that transcend time and culture. Till this day storytellers continue adapting Shakespeare into our modern world. He was also first to use love in tragedy and it is said that Hamlet was the first play to relate to modern man and woman.
Marathi Theatre is a work of art which is considered to have an extremely rich viewpoint in Indian culture. It is Mumbai and Pune from where the Marathi Theatre started, with the beginning of dramatizations by Vishnupath Bhave, who worked on the tragic and amorous themes. Vishnupath represented considerable authority in carefree absurd subjects; hilariously slaughtering the contemporary social improvements giving a favorable stage to the forthcoming great work. Sangeet Shrada is appropriately the pioneer of social Marathi show, inebriating with its creative and dynamic central focuses. Marathi theatre has dependably been viewed as a standout amongst the most socially rich theatre customs in the nation.
Nihilism in Andha Yug Andha Yug is the most famous play of Indian literature written by Dharamvir Bharti based on the popular and famous Sanskrit epic Mahabharata written by sage Vyasa. It is the story of ancient India. The event taken place in Dvapara Yuga, it is narration of Kurushetra war between Pandavas and Kauravas. Dharamvir Bharti was a great and popular Hindi playwright, novelist and poet. His famous work includes Gunaho ka Devta, Suraj ka Satwa Ghoda.
“Gandhi was like a powerful current of fresh air......Like a beam of light that pierced the darkness and removed the scales from our eyes; like a whirlwind that upset many things, but most of all the working of people’s minds” Mahatma Gandhi during freedom struggle time wielded a great influence on the Indian masses. And his struggle for freedom introduced some new trends in Anglo¬Indian fiction, and some great writers of all the Indian language produced some masterpiece in novel, poetry, drama and other forms of creative writing. Raja Rao was most celebrated novelist of India in 1930s and 1940s. He had depicted his novels through the usage of Gandhian theme. Kanthapura is best example of how Gandhian ideologies nfluenced in Indian writing in English.
With the beginning of his literary career itself, Ali Sardar Jafri earned the reputation of a rebel writer. In fact his writing was so powerful that his first anthology of short story collection, “Manzil” (1938) managed to rouse the British rulers into imprisoning him in the district jails of Lucknow and Banaras. For another five decades he would continue to storm the Urdu literary world with his remarkable poetry and created a niche for himself in Urdu poetry. In fact, Sardar Jafri’s poems’ relevance is truly felt in the present day also initiating deliberations on present and past. Phir Koi Nahien Ye Poochheygaa Sardar Kahaan Hai Mahfil Mein Lekin Main Yahaan Phir Aaongaa Bachon Ke Dahan Se Bolongaa Chidyon Ki Zabaan Se Gaaongaa
Some of the successful adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays in Bollywood include Angoor, Ulta Pulta, Do Dooni Chaar (based on Comedy of Errors ) 10ml Love,( a funny rendition of Midsummer Night’s Dream by giving it a setting of a big punjabi wedding to suit Indian sensibilities) and Qayamat se Qayamat Tak, and Ramleela (based on Romeo and Juliet ). Director Vishal Bhardwaj is specially known for his love for the bard and though he was not the first one to have adapted and interpreted Shakespeare, his trilogy of Maqbool (2003), Omkara (2006) and Haider (2014) based on Macbeth , Othello and Hamlet respectively can undoubtedly be considered the most reputed and celebrated adaptation in Bollywood. However, this paper particularly offers an analysis of the cinematographic adaptation of Macbeth into Maqbool, along with other nuances of adaptation such as the question of