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Contemporaneity of Shakespeare's Tragedies

Contemporaneity of Shakespeare's Tragedies

von Thammaiah R. B.
Taschenbuch - 9783659922466
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Beschreibung

The book deals with an in depth analysis of the principle tragedies of Shakespeare to find how the woman characters have been treated by the dramatist- Shakespeare. The contents of the book provide a gist how realistic a picture of women has been portrayed by Shakespeare in his plays. Some critics have said that Shakespeare is a feminist. Some others have argued that he is an anti-feminist. Both the stands are extremes. Both the statements cannot be true at the same time as they contradict each other quite evidently. So it is one of the primary questions the study tends to answer, "how far a feminist was Shakespeare?" or "how far was he an anti-feminist?" Apart from the feministic perspective, it is also intended to analyse how realistically the women characters have been portrayed. Whether justice has been done to them or they have suffered due to the importance given to the male characters. Along with that it is also intended to assess the contemporaniety of Shakespeare. Why he still is relevant in the 21st century? What are the themes and issues that still hold relevance for him? How and why Shakespeare remains an important writer who cannot be ignored despite the fact that many

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Verlag LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Ersterscheinung August 2016
Maße 220 mm x 150 mm x 17 mm
Gewicht 427 Gramm
Format Taschenbuch
ISBN-13 9783659922466
Auflage Nicht bekannt
Seiten 276

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