Dramatic Irony in Hamlet

Shakespearean plays are notable for their articulate language and graphic wordplays, as we understand that words serve more than a one dimensional purpose in the plays. Yet, the most foundational and common device that Shakespeare relies on with the large majority of his plays is irony, and through specific types of irony, Shakespeare compels certain …

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Emancipation Of Women // The Color Purple

Alice Walker’s ‘The Colour Purple’ centres around the life of a young girl named Celie as she grows up in a male-dominated African American community in the early 1900’s where domestic abuse, incestuous rape and chauvinism had been rampant. The treatment of women, especially women of colour, is obtrusively portrayed through constant objectification and abuse …

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