Symbols of Psychological Expression in Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler H.Annshini Dr.S.Florence Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Department of English Department of English Muslim Arts College Annamalai University Thiruvithancode Annamalainagar Kanyakumari Henrik Johan Ibsen, an influential poet, a major 19th century Norwegian playwright, and theatre director, is generally regarded as one of the greatest and most influential dramatists in world literature. He is often referred as ‘the god father’ of modern drama and is one among the founders of modernism in the theatre. His works utilized a critical eye and free inquiry into conditions of life and issues of morality.
The Big Message (A Discussion on the critique of Macbeth Act 4 Scene 2.) William Shakespeare is an amazing play writer, poet, and much more. Many of the plays and poems of Shakespeare are still widely appreciated in times today. “Considered by critics, scholars, and the theater-going public the most important dramatist in the history of English literature, William Shakespeare occupies a unique position in the pantheon of great world authors”(Harrison). Shakespeare 's work is considered some of the most important literary works of all time, and is taught and learned all over the world.
Hamlet’s Analysis Act 3 Scene 2 Hamlet, written in London during the early seventeenth century, is without a question one of the best tragic play by William Shakespeare. The English playwright, whose works are greatly different from anything the world had seen before, is considered the greatest in the history of literature. Among many words and phrases that he has invented, the most well known is Hamlet’s soliloquy “to be or not to be, that is the question.” The 3.2 of the play affords the opportunity for Shakespeare to explore one of his favorite themes, a theme that runs through many of his plays “All the world 's a stage /And all the men and women merely players." The Mousetrap is another ideal representation of a play within a play an even more specific manifestation of metatheatre than that mirrors the reality of the events that happened in Denmark. In this scene, Shakespeare directs and manipulates theatrical conventions to help define the subtleties of Hamlet’s conflict.
His ascendance prompts thoughts of Richard III who is definitely the captivating protagonist in the history play. Both Iago and Richard III are Shakespeare’s most thrilling and sinister figures. Despite the fact that the two are similar in their powerful language and
The minor characters side stories that weave dramatic irony throughout the play makes the story line all the more fascinating. Malvolio, who is Olivia’s attendant, has the meanest of tricks played on him, and the trick is made considerably more amusing due the nearness of emotional incongruity. The sensational incongruity is made when Malvolio gets a note sent in penmanship that has all the earmarks of being Olivia's. The gathering of people, in any case, realizes that the note was rather composed by Olivia's worker, yet Malvolio trusts it to be composed by Olivia herself. The note gives Malvolio particular directions to win Olivia's adoration, and is loaded with things that are abnormal for Malvolio.
Jasmine Shrestha Diamond Language and Composition John Remarek The song “Full Fathom Five Thy Father Lies” is extracted from a world-famous fictitious play “The Tempest” successfully written by William Shakespeare. Shakespeare, who was an English poet, playwright and actor, is regarded as the greatest writer in English language. Macbeth, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet are his other works which were highly appreciated by his readers. “The Tempest” was written in 1610 and is said to be the last play written by the writer. It is a play with a complex mixture of romance, comedy and tragedy.
Light Vs. Dark: A Narrative of Romeo And Juliet One of the most renowned playwrights in history, William Shakespeare has written many famous plays, arguably the most popular of which is The Tragedy Of Romeo And Juliet. My task for this paper was to talk about how the motifs and contrasts in language show a central idea of the play. One of the most prominent examples of motif is light vs dark. The motif of light vs. dark in The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is developed by the actions of the characters and impulsivity to convey how light if misued can turn to darkness.
“Twelfth Night” or “Twelfth Night or what you will” is one of Williams Shakespeare’s greatest work. Being his only play to be sharing two title and the play that had an impact on him popularity. I was believed to be written in 1601. Most critics consider it one of his greatest comedies, along with plays such as “As You like It”, “Much Ado about Nothing”, and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. Twelfth Night is about illusion, deception, disguises, madness, and the extraordinary things that love will cause us to do.
William Shakespeare is one of the most famous writers in the English Literature. His reputation as a dramatist and poet actor is unique around the world. His works have been reading and quoting during centuries. And, in spite of their difficult and demanding reading, the effect that they have on issues about the nature and meaning of life is present nowadays. However, although he was considered the greatest playwright of all time, many aspects of his life remain in mystery.
Character-contrasts work well. He is able to delve deep into the unconscious levels of community thinking and brings a lot of objectivity and balance to his analysis of the problems that bedevil us. (Sharma) Angeli Multani’s tribute to Dattani’s craft for using the language of his characters is noteworthy. To quote, “Looking at the history of Indian drama in English, Mahesh Dattani stands out as perhaps the one of very few (if not the only),and certainly, one of the most commercially successful Indian English playwrights” (Multani 12). Dattani’s theatrical art is characterized by a fine combination of ‘feeling and form’.