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Record identifier : 564975
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Safazadeh,Mohammad Hussein
Title and statement of responsibility : Menace, Violence and Judgment in Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party and Kafka's The Trial [Thesis]/محمد حسین صفازاده;supervisor: Maryam. S. Beyad;advisor: Behzad Ghaderi Sohi
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : , 2012
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 Language and Literature
Body granting the degree : , Allameh Tabatabai University, Faculty of Persian Literature and Foreign Languages
Summary or Abstract : . تاثیر کافکا بر ادبیات نمایشی پینتر مسلم است .این تحقیق بر آن است تا با تکیه بر مفاهیم تهدید، خشونت و قضاوت، دو اثر از نویسندگان فوق را مقایسه کند .آنچه در این تحقیق از آن به عنوان نظام یاد میشود، مجموعه ای مبهم از قدرت است که با استفاده از عناصر تهدید و خشونت به قضاوت افراد پرداخته و هویت آنان را باز تعریف میکند .این تحقیق نشان می دهد چگونه نظام، زندگی و شخصیت افراد را بازسازی می کند.عنصر تهدید در سه عامل فضاهای بسته، نظام و گناه نامشخص و جدال برسر هویت ظاهر میشود .خشونت در جهت منفعل کردن افراد، تحقیر و وادار نمودن آنان برای گردن نهادن به خواسته های نظام مورد استفاده قرار میگیرد.هر دو اثر در نمایش و اهداف تهدید و خشونت، ابزار و عناصر مشترک به کار میگیرند .عنصر تئاتر در رمان محاکمه کافکا و برداشتهای سیاسی از نمایشنامه پینتر به عنوان پیشنهاد ارائه می گردد
: The influence of Franz Kafka's fiction on Harold Pinter's drama is undeniable. This study aims to compare Pinter's The Birthday Party and Kafka's The Trial in terms of menace and violence. Both works predominantly depict an atmosphere of anxiety and suspense generated by an unknown source of power. The fear of unknown which permeates the lives of characters and gradually destroys them from the inside out is called menace. In this study, menace is synonymous with feelings of terror and anxiety which in both cases resides in sense of imprisonment, the ambiguity, and struggle for identity. Characters in both works are entrapped within the invisible walls created by a system of unknown origin from which they cannot evade, mean while they literally feel the imprisonment as each and every room they are in, is a part of the plan designed for them. Menace is also manifested in the makings of an ambiguous system which charges its subjects of an unspecified crime. Each party - individual and the system- tries to keep its beliefs as reality; thus the one which possesses more power has the upper hand. The system by spreading menace and relying on its made-up image of superiority wins the battle for identity and enforces the subjects to accept their role as guilty victims. The Birthday Party and The Trial have in common a vivid representation of violence by which the system ensures its power and guarantee the submission of the subjects. The system does not tolerate any form of resistance. This study also compares physical and verbal violence in both works which is exerted to humiliate the subjects, shatter their self-respect, and finally control their minds, as well as their bodies. The subjugation of subjects is equal to their literal or figurative death, and it happens with their full consent, as they eventually understand the futility of resistance. This thesis shows how the combination of menace and violence utterly reshapes the lives and fate of characters in both works..
Uncontrolled Subject Terms : Menace
: violence
: system
: judgment
: power struggle
: death
: تهدید
: خشونت
: نظام
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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