Essays on Plays

Theme Of Personal Loss Which Lacks Emotional Support In Hamlet

The great writer Vicki Harrison is known for saying the famous quote “Grief is like the ocean; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it’s overwhelming. All we can do is learn how to swim”. In the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare, Hamlet encounters the loss of many...
1246 Words 3 Pages

Film, Play, And Characters Of A Streetcar Named Desire

Within both the play by Tennessee Williams and the 1951 film titled A Streetcar Named Desire, the relationships of the characters are very similar, yet their personality traits are occasionally more prevalent in one medium than the other. Since the work is essentially centered on three people, Blanche, Stanley, and Stella, it is not very...
1429 Words 3 Pages

The Birth Of The New Woman In Far From The Madding Crowd By Thomas Hardy And Hedda Gabler By Henrik Ibsen

Michelle Elizabeth Tusan (1997) argued, that ‘The New Woman represented the feminists utopian vision of the model social reformer’. From a modern perspective, this suggests that the ‘The New Woman’ demonstrates a persistent desire for female rebellion, in order to obtain liberation and independence. Women during the nineteenth century, were explicitly viewed as only capable...
3011 Words 7 Pages

The Problem Of The Lack Of Women’s Rights In A Society In Hedda Gabler

Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen provides insight into the life of a woman who is constricted by the lack of women’s rights in her society. I am conducting this production as it is considered a feminist play, proposing situations of gender inequality and sexism that are common within society. The character Hedda provides a relative...
693 Words 2 Pages
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