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The Paradigm Examples of Polar Concept in Shakespeare’s Hamlet
The present article tries to make a fresh analysis of Shakespeare’s touchstone Hamlet taking into consideration the term polar concept argument. Polar concept is a postmodern hermeneutical form ofExpand
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Search for Self in Arthur Miller's The Death of a Salesman
In spite of much research on Miller's The Death of a Salesman, no significant studies have been carried out on the aspect of ‘search for self’. This study re-justifies the need for a contingent modelExpand
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Postulating on Quinn and the Stillmans' state of dissipation at the end of Auster's City of Glass, one can align it with what Lyotard dubs as a state of differend. Lyotard defines differend as aExpand
Eugene O’Neill’s The Straw as an Unexpressionist Play: An Expressionist Study of the Concepts of Forlornness, Communication, and Revivification
O’Neill’s fascination with the morbid lacerations of life somehow finds voice in almost all his plays. This could certainly be traced to his discomposed life of dolefulness which decidedly is theExpand
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Far from the madding civilization: Anarcho-primitivism and revolt against disintegration in Eugene O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape
Anarcho-primitivism contends that modern civilization deprives people of their happiness, which is why it seeks to reconstruct civilization on a primitive basis, one that holds concrete promises ofExpand
Foregrounding Achebe’s Things Fall Apart: A Postcolonial Study
Chinua Achebe (1930- ) took to the writing of novels and short stories in order to instill socio-cultural and historical awareness among his readers which had a subtle under-pattern of great validityExpand
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Hardy`s Sue and Her Failure in the Mirror of Foucauldaan Concept of Individuality
The paper is a study of Thomas Hardy’s female character, Sue, in Jude the Obscure. To discover the reasons for Sue’s failure in dealing with both society and her personal life, the character isExpand
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Terror and ambivalence of the human soul in O’neill’s the Emperor Jones, and the hairy ape
This study tries to analyze the Terror and Ambivalence of the Human Soul in the selected plays of Eugene O’Neill which does not seem to have received a significant attention by the researchers.Expand
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