Dramatic Oppression Analytical Essay by holly

Dramatic Oppression
An analysis of the theme of oppression in Fugard's 'Master Harold and the Boys,' Ibsen's 'A Doll's House' and Luiz Valdez's 'Los Vendidos'
# 1782 | 3,045 words | 3 sources | 2000 | US
Published on Feb 17, 2003 in Drama and Theater (American) , Drama and Theater (World)

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This paper examines the three plays, "Master Harold and the Boys," "A Doll's House," and "Los Vendidos" and delineates how the communication of the theme of human oppression is achieved in each of the plays.

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"The authors exemplify the human spirit's ability to transcend domination and injustice caused by racial and sexist bigotry. They personify this theme in their stage characters in order to show how their characters overcome the societal constraints of male chauvinism, of racism, and of class bigotry. "

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