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by Derek Cohen

  • ISBN: 0312012675
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Derek Cohen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; First Edition edition (February 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 142
  • ePub book: 1995 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1192 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Shakespearean Motives.

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In this book, Derek Cohen studies the relationship of Shakespearean drama to the Western culture of violence

In this book, Derek Cohen studies the relationship of Shakespearean drama to the Western culture of violence.

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Derek Cohen is a natural leader who believes that everyone has the right to happiness and success. I read a book once about Peaks and Valleys. I apply all of my abundant energy and caring to everything I do, personally and professionally. It's not enough for me simply to succeed, continually learn, and to grow, but I want those around me to achieve their goals as well. It was basically a giant metaphor for how we go through our own good times and bad times; in our relationships, our work, our spirituality, or even our self worth. It really made an impact on me, and taught me that if we are mindful of our peaks and our valleys, we can learn to find easier ways through the bad times.

the shakespeare newsletter. Playing Shakespeare may mean living in a very different world from the one we normally inhabit. By book's end, students can reasonably be expected to be comfortable and confident with Shakespeare's demands. Robert Cohen, from the Preface.

Synopsis: In this book, Derek Cohen studies the relationship of Shakespearean drama to the Western culture of violence. He argues that violence is an inherent feature and form of patriarchy and that its production and control is one of the dominant motives of the political system. Shakespeare's plays supply examples of the way in which the patriarchy of his plays - and hence, perhaps, of modern Western culture - absorbs, naturalizes, and legitimizes violence in its attempts to maintain political control over its subjects. About the Author: Derek Cohen

The playwright's uncanny ability to carry the reader to the edge of imaginary experience - far from the literal world that is made visible by the text - offers an entry into the subtextual and ironic underside of the dramas.

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