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dc.description.abstractThe main objective of the present work is to study the post-war plays which differ radically from the previous conventional plays. The playwrights of this period have rebelled against the conventional theatre of and#8213;well-madeand#8214; plays with plots, neatly divided into acts and scenes. They have loosened the grip of the rich and upper-class people on the theatre by choosing their protagonists from common people. Theatre has been made a part of human life; and that brings and#8213;livelinessand#8214; to it. The current study is divided into five chapters. newlineThe first chapter and#8213;Introductionand#8214; deals with the background of Indian theatre, it presents a glimpse on the history of Indian drama which includes the Classical Theatre, the Folk Theatre, and the Modern Indian Theatre. It also focuses on the significance, objectives, hypothesis of the study, its scope and limitations, and research methodology. It spells out the outlines of the chapter-scheme. newlineThe second chapter comprises a detailed study of the problematic nature of the plays originally written in English and of those translated into English. It starts with a general introduction about English drama in the twentieth century, modern Indian theatre, besides the Indian English drama: a review, the plays originally written in English, the plays translated into English, the conventional and non-conventional elements in Indian Theatre, the Post-war Euro American drama, a new play: a distinct form of literature, post-independence Indian theatre. It also discusses the contribution of the contemporary playwrights of Tendulkar such as Girish Karnad, Mohan Rakesh, and Badal Sircar. Besides it explores he problematic nature of Tendulkar s plays. newlineChapter three deals with the detailed critical analysis of John Osborne s epoch-making play Look Back in Anger. This play opened at the Royal Court Theatre newlineVII newlineAlgalhadi F. newlinein London, on 8th May 1956. This play leaves a profound impact on the post-war British drama. This new form of drama captivated the imagination not only of the spectators but also of such
dc.titleImage of Angry Man in the Select Anglo and Indian Plays A comparative study with special reference to John Osborne and Vijay Tendulkar
dc.creator.researcherFadl Mohammed Aied Algalhadi
dc.subject.keywordArts and Humanities,Literature,Literary Reviews
dc.contributor.guideWadikar Shailaja
dc.publisher.universitySwami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University
dc.publisher.institutionSchool of Languages and Literature
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