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Shakespeare’S Satirical Representation Of The Elizabethan Court And The Nobility In His English History Plays
(Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, 2016)
Late Elizabethan society was marked with the growing discontent about socio-economic failures resulting from the failure of crops, high inflation and riots. The scarcity of financial resources of the royal patronage led ...
Re-writing Shakespeare in the Twentieth Century: Edward Bond’s Lear, Arnold Wesker’s The Merchant and Howard Barker’s Gertrude-The Cry in Socio-Historical Context
(Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, 2018-07)
This study examines re-writings of Shakespeare in British drama, Edward Bond’s Lear (1971), Arnold Wesker’s The Merchant (1976) and Howard Barker’s Gertrude-The Cry (2002) in relation to the socio-political, historical and ...