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dc.contributor.advisor Thompson, Judith Havari Nasab, Hasti 2013-05-23T20:18:52Z 2013-05 2013-04-11 2013-05-23
dc.description.abstract The Green Lovers depicts the life of many Iranian youngsters who aspire to improve their life conditions in today’s growing world. Leila and Sepehr are the play’s main characters who are drawn from real-life people. The play aims to raise the audience’s critical consciousness by referring to the universal themes of social progression and justice. The afterword that accompanies this script is a critical analysis as well as a personal reflection. The first half scrutinizes the play’s language to clarify how it represents Persian literature and culture. The personal reflection concentrates on the context of the play and explains how The Green Lovers can be considered a hybrid work of art. Also, the personal reflection includes the position of the playwright as a cross-cultural author, and it concludes by stating that the medium of theatre is the best tool to bring about social consciousness. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Cross-cultural play writing en_US
dc.subject Translating Culture en_US
dc.subject Creative Writing en_US
dc.subject Translating Theatre en_US
dc.subject Hybridity en_US
dc.title The Green Lovers en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US Theatre Studies en_US Master of Arts en_US School of English and Theatre Studies en_US
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