LANGUAGE MEANS IN POSTMODERN DRAMA AND SHAKESPEAREAN DRAMA: COMPARATIVE ASPECT

Keywords: drama, postmodern drama, Shakespearean drama, comparative aspect, a postmodern character, a Shakespearean character, language means.

Abstract

 The article is focused on the similarities and differences in language means in postmodern drama and Shakespearean drama. It deals with the development of drama in the sixteenth century till  the twentieth century. The aim of this article is to investigate characters and language means in the drama world and to compare them to those of the contemporary drama and the drama of the Renaissance.

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2019-06-28
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Babelyuk, O., & Więcek, A. (2019). LANGUAGE MEANS IN POSTMODERN DRAMA AND SHAKESPEAREAN DRAMA: COMPARATIVE ASPECT. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 35(4), 79-85. https://doi.org/10.23856/3509