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Title: Structural Patterns in the Post Independence Indian English Drama With Reference to Trial Format in the Select Plays of Vijay Tendulkar Girish Karnad Badal Sircar and G P Deshpande
Researcher: Bobade Tukaram Balasaheb
Guide(s): Bhosale B S
Keywords: Arts and Humanities,Literature,Literary Reviews
University: Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University
Completed Date: 27/12/2015
Abstract: Mohan Rakesh in Hindi, Badal Sircar in Bengali, and Vijay Tendulkar in newlineMarathi and Girish Karnad in Kannada are the representatives of Indian national newlinedrama at the national level. These dramatists have initiated a new experimental theatre newlinewhich has cross cultural manifestations. Other significant regional dramatists are, newlineBhism Sahni in Hindi, Mahesh Elkunchwar, Satish Alekar and G. P. Deshpande in newlineMarathi, Mahashweta Devi, Mohit Chattopadhyaya and Manoj Mitra in Bengali, K. newlineN. Panikkar in Malyalam. These dramatists felt that the aspirations of the newlinecontemporary generations of post Independence India needed new dramatic forms newlinefor adequate articulations. Indian drama needed to reinvent itself, in both form and newlinecontent. These dramatists specially, Mohan Rakesh, Karnad, Badal Sircar and Vijay newlineTendulkar were willing to explore and develop new forms and themes. They make newlinebold experiments with our ancient folklore, myths and legends on the stage by newlineassimilating various western dramatic techniques. They accepted the traditional set up newlineand project the influence of western ideas in a new challenging manner. newlineTrial Format in Drama: newlineTrial can be seen in different forms but those can be categorized in mainly two newlineforms i.e. formal and informal. It can be categorized at another level in two forms. newlineThe first one is an adversarial or accusatory form and another is inquisitorial form. newlineMany dramatists have adopted trial format in Indian plays. Trial scenes are often used newlineii newlineas central action of play and whole plays are constructed around them. The dramatist newlinepresents his ideas through this structure and develops plot in the structured format. A newlineseries of events is built by the playwright as per the need of format up to the climax of newlinethe play. The dramatist develops and employs the dramatic devices, techniques, newlinelanguage, atmosphere, setting of the trial to dramatize his ideas he wants to convey to newlinehis audience. Some of the Indian dramatists have used this trial format for their plays. newlineThey have developed formal and informal setting
Pagination: 229p
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/263277
Appears in Departments:School of Languages & Literature

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