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Shakespeare, Eugene O'Neill, T.S. Eliot and The Greek Tragedy

R.R. Khare (Author)
Synopsis This book is a comprehensive inquiry into the nature of tragedy vis-o-vis george Steiner’s idea of Greek Tragedy. That idea is refuted and with an examination of the tragedies of Aeschylus, sophocles and Euripides, it is established that tragedy as an art form is as much modern as Greek and that the Twentieth Century dramatists like O’Neill and Eliot were not “pouring new sauces over old meats”, but presented “ an authentic treatment of the predicament of the modern man in the medium of tragedy comparable with that of the Greek dramatists”. The book thus seeks to remove many false concepts and unfair evaluations. At the same time. It presents a play-by-play comparison of Shakespeare with the three Greek tragic dramatists. A similar comparison of six plays of O’Neill and the five plays of Eliot is also included. A particularly illuminating study of the imagery of all these dramatists is intended to emphasize their identity as regards themes and their treatment. This study of nearly fifty-five Greek, Shakespearean and modern plays is a pioneering work and should bean asset to all lovers of literature all over the world.
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About the author

R.R. Khare

Dr. R.R. Khare (b. 1928) has had a brilliant academic career. He was awarded Ph.d. on The Tragic vision of Eugene O’Neill and D.Litt. on his thesis Tragedies of Shakespeare, eugine O’Neill& T.S. Eliot in Relation to Greek Tradegy. Dr. Khare was for 35 years in M.P. Educational Service. He held the post at Principal of reputed Degree College and P.g. College in Madhya Pradesh for a considerable time. He also served as Head of Post Graduate Department of English for 18 years. He has specialized in Shakespeare and Twentleth century Literature. He also worked on Somerset Maugham, D.H. Lawrance and Graham Greene. He is presently working on a comparative study of Greek, English and Sanskrit Drama.

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Title Shakespeare, Eugene O'Neill, T.S. Eliot and The Greek Tragedy
Author R.R. Khare
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1998
Edition 1sr ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170995582
length xiv+535p., Notes; References; Bibliography; Index; 22cm.