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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 ...
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 ...