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HAROLD PINTER AND THE SELF :Modern Double Awareness and Disguise in the Shadow of Shakespeare

著者
細川 眞 
シリーズ
 
助成
 
判型
A5 
ページ
148 
定価
3000 
発行日
2016年3月10日 
ISBN
ISBN978-4-86327-336-8 
Cコード
C3098 
ジャンル
文学・語学/欧米〈文学〉
 
内容
This book explores the self in ten plays of the Nobel laureate, Harold Pinter, The Birthday Party, The Caretaker, The Collection, The Lover, The Homecoming, No Man’s Land, Ashes to Ashes, One for the Road, Party Time, and Celebration from the perspective of modern double awareness and of disguise in the shadow of Shakespeare.
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Acknowledgements
Introduction

1. Stanley's Ambiguous Self and Destiny:From the Modes of Representation and the Disguise Motif in The Birthday Party

2. Davies's Disguise in The Caretaker:From the Views of Modernist Negation and the Tradition of Disguise

3. Double Awareness and the Self in The Collection and The Lover

4. Unity and Division of the Self in The Homecoming:Against Two Kinds of Realism

5. The“New”Modernity and Doubles in No Man's Land

6. The Meaning of Rebecca's Disguise as a Dispossessed Mother in Ashes to Ashes

7. One for the Road, Party Time, Celebration and Power's Invisibility:From Shakespearian Disguise to Postmodern Subject

Works Cited

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