Comedy was a genre of drama, which was prominent at the time of presentation of “Importance of Being Earnest”. Oscar Wilde, with the mindset of comedy of merriment, has written […]
Christopher Marlow was one of the dramatists of Elizabethan era. He is indirectly rival to William Shakespeare. In fact, William Shakespeare was influenced by him. If he were not died […]
“Dr. Faustus”, definitely, falls but the reason behind his downfall is matter of discussion. There is no truth in that Dr. Faustus’s fate was responsible for his sufferings as he […]
Definitely, the theme, used in Dr. Faustus is theological. The story of temptation of Dr. Faustus is very skillfully dramatized by Christopher Marlow. The whole play seems to be a […]
Themes of “Waiting for Godot”: Existentialism, nothingness, vitality of hope, sufferings, absurdity, human race, relationships, religion, waiting, ignorance
“Waiting for Godot” does not follow the congenital play structure. It has no action which is soul of a tragedy (drama), therefore, it is entirely different from other plays.. Samuel […]
Samuel Beckett is famous for creating new kind of plays. He experimented with the stage and blew new soul in it. His plays are completely different from the tradition. Mostly, […]
Is Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot” relevant for us today? “Waiting for Godot” is a play, that has theme of boredom, no female character, no love story, very less action and […]
Theme of relationship reveals three relationships in “Waiting for Godot”. Estragon and Vladimir, Pozzo and Lucky, Godot and Estragon and Vladimir with.
“Yet, if Beckett devalues language, he continues to use it and, bilingually, to show a mastery of it”. How far do you agree with this view? “Waiting for Godot”. Samuel […]
How far it is true that there is no action in “Waiting for Godot”? Aristotle, while defining tragedy in poetics, said about action:- “Without action there cannot be a tragedy […]
Numbers of critics defined symbolic significance of the title “The Sea”. Mysteriousness is the most important symbolic significance of the title “The Sea”.
“In The Sea, Bond shows the ability of human beings to survive the worst, to retain their optimism and not to brought down by the lunacy and injustice of the […]
“Hedda Gabler” has been written with psychological perspectives due to the reason it is termed as a “Psychological Play”. Henrik Ibsen presents psyche not only of s specific character but […]
Character sketching technique of Henrik Ibsen is praiseworthy. He has created a character, which perfectly fits for modern tragedy. His concept of tragedy is totally different from conventional writers, therefore, […]
Write critical note on the character of Eilert Loevbborg in “Hedda Gabler”. Eilert Loevbborg is a major character in “Hedda Gabler”. Henrik Ibsen’s characterization is the hallmark of his artistic […]
The play “Hedda Gabler” is the product of a mind deeply preoccupied with the nature of power, particularly the power of one mind to influence and impose itself upon another”. […]
“The daemon in Hedda is that she wants to influence another human being, but once that has happened she despises him”. Do you agree? Give arguments to support your answer. […]
While discussing tragedy, neither Aristotle can be ignored nor can William Shakespeare be underestimated. “Hedda Gabler” is indeed a succefful tragedy.
Play “The Cherry Orchard” focuses on importance of socialism and change due to which it is regarded as one of the most discussed political and social plays.