The Tragicomedies of Shakespeare, Kalidasa, and Bhavabhuti
Meharchand Lachhmandas, 1978 - 264 sidor
Comparative study of some plays by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616, Abhijñānaśākuntala of Kālidāsa, and Uttararāma-carita of Bhavabhūti, 8th cent.
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action admirable adverse appears beauty becomes beginning Bhavabhūti bring cause character charm close comedy comes comparative completely considered course critics culture Cymbeline daughter death divine doubt drama dramatic dramatists Duşyanta duty effect element emotional English essential evil experience expression fact fate feeling final give hand happiness harmony heart Hermione hero hope human husband ideal ideas Imogen important Indian innocent interest Kālidāsa Kālidāsa and Bhavabhūti King knowledge last plays Leontes less lives looks means mind moral nature passions patience Pericles picture poet poetic poetry Posthumus Prospero qualities Rāma realize reason reconciliation relation repentance represent respective result reunion reveals romantic Sakuntalā Sanskrit says scene seems sense separation serious Shakespeare significant Sītā situation sorrow spiritual stage suffering suggest symbolism takes Tempest theme thinking tion tragedy tragic tragicomedy true Uttararāmacarita values virtue vision wife Winter's Tale wisdom wrong