Dissolution of family in Twentieth-Century American drama

Steidl Mária (2002) Dissolution of family in Twentieth-Century American drama. MA/MSc, Szegedi Tudományegyetem.

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Abstract

Many American dramas introduce unhappy, broken families. My statement will be proved with the help of literature concerning American drama and with the help of three plays. We can see unhappy, broken families in the following three plays: Eugene O'Neill: Long Day's Journey into Night Edward Albee: Who is Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Sam Shepard: The Curse of the Starving Class The three plays are similar because disintegrated, miserable families are shown in all of them. In my paper I am going to introduce the three families, I will explain their problems and I will indicate the reasons for these problems. I will focus on similarities and differences between the relationships inside the families but I am not going to go into other details concerning the plays.

Institution

Szegedi Tudományegyetem

Faculty

Gyula Juhász Teacher Training College

Department

Angol Tanszék

Discipline

Teacher Training

Specialization

angol

Supervisor(s)

SupervisorSupervisor scientific name labelEmailEHA
Dr. Szabó KláraUNSPECIFIEDUNSPECIFIEDUNSPECIFIED

Item Type: Thesis (MA/MSc)
Date: 2002
Depositing User: JGYPK Szerkesztő
Date Deposited: 2019. May. 27. 10:03
Last Modified: 2019. May. 28. 06:23
URI: http://diploma.bibl.u-szeged.hu/id/eprint/76430

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