Vol.3, No.1, SPRING 2013

 

                                    

Modern European Drama

 

 

1-The role of sex in the depiction of gender and class conflict in Miss Julie by August Strindberg and The House of Bernada Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca

Chung Chin-Yi

2-Who’s Afraid of Humans? : Absurdity and Affirmation in Eugène Ionesco’s Rhinoceros

Monica Zutshi

3-Mother Courage: Re(Interpreting) in Brecht’s Mother Courage

Shivani Vashist

4-Oppression and Repression by Any Other Name: Modern Relevancy of Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan for LGBT Youth

Vicky Sue Gilpin

5-Anton Chekhov and the Theatre of the Absurd

Krishnendu Bera

6-Treatment of Love and War as a hollow sham in Arms and the Man by G.B. Shaw

Renu Singh

Arjun Dubey

7-Mulitiplicity of meanings in Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard

     Syed Ahmad Raza Abidi

8- A Feminist Interpretation of Chekhov’s The Three Sisters

     N.K.Neb

9- Bertolt Brecht’s Concept of ‘Epic-drama’ and Alienation Theory and ‘Tamasha Art’ in Marathi Theatre: A Comparative Study

Smita Mujumdar

10-G.B. Shaw’s Candida and Mahesh Dattani’s Where There’s a Will: A Comparative Study

Rashmi Jain

11-Women and Life Force in Shaw’s ‘Widower’s House’ and ‘Man and Superman’

Niraja  Saraswat

12-The ‘Through-Other’ Aesthetics of Counter-Nationalism in G. B. Shaw’s John Bull’s Other Island

Kusumita  Datta

13  Two Noble Women of the Nineteenth Century: Two Visions of Fall: A comparison of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie & Anton       Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard

S. SAVITH

14-“A Doll’s House”: An ideal example of human relationship based on partnership and mutual responsibility

Radha Madhab Jha

15-Who Philanders in G. B. Shaw’s The Philanderer?

Azeez Jasim Mohammed

16-The United States’ Productions of George Bernard Shaw’s “Candida” in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Afaf (Effat) Jamil Khogeer

17-Bertolt Brecht’s Mother Courage and Her Children: An Anti War Drama

G.Immanuel

Louis Joseph Chandra

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