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Record identifier : 564869
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Poursanati, Susan
Title and statement of responsibility : Lord Byron's Don Juan in the Context of Authority [Thesis]/پور صنعتی، سوسن;supervisor: Seyed Mohammad Marandi;advisor: Kamran Ahmadgoli
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : , 2010
Language of the Item : eng
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Master of Arts
Discipline of degree : , English Literature
Body granting the degree : , Allameh Tabataba'i University Faculty of Persian Literature and Foreign Languages
Summary or Abstract : This study focuses on George Gordon Lord Byronاs masterpiece Don Juan, and tries to discuss and analyse Lord Byronاs responses to the authoritative socio-cultural institutions. Byron had an ambivalent manner in his treatment of the authorities; he both rejected and adopted them. Byron s treatment of the literary and Christian institutions and the political authorities is scrutinised to represent that the poet s problematic stance in his dealings with the authorities in Don Juan. Though Byron was a revolutionary figure who despised all forms of oppressive power and quested to be detached from them, he sometimes conforms to some modes of such authorities. Byron is an entrapped poet who finds no way out of the dominant context of which had been weaved like a strong net around him.The literary authorities of the past, whose tradition was still being revived at the time of Byron by his contemporaries, the epic enterprise and its notion of heroism, the Romantic poets and their modes of poetry, Biblical and religious figures, political parties and their practices, the British establishment, the Italian influences,the reviewers who linked the poet to the society are subjects which Byron has dealt with them in his long poem Don Juan. Though Byron was a political reactionary, who raged against the oppressive political climate of England, in Don Juan he shows subservience to some oppressive policies. His treatment of the Orientalist practice and his addressing of the Ottoman Empire and Greece are examples of his submissiveness to his contemporary discursive practices, in which he falsely projects the political vices of England to the East.The disillusionment of the post-French Revolution world can be traced in Don Juan. Anti-Christianity, blasphemy and mockery shape a huge part of Byron's reaction to the institution of Christianity which was acting as a socio-political device to monitor the behaviour of the people..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Authority
: Orientalism
: Politics
: Romanticism
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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