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Shakespearenin hayatı ve onun kitapların­dan biri olan Kral Lear ın dönemin iki ana kavramı üzerinden örneklerle incelemesi. Shakespeare’in doum günü 23 Nisan olarak kabul edilmitir. Ama bu tarih, hatta yazarn ad bile kesin deildir. mzasn çok farkl ekillerde atyordu. ‘’ Shakespeare ‘’ bir düzine kadar farkl örnek arasndan en yaygn kabul gören ismidir. Stratford-Avon’­da 1564 ylnda dodu ve 26 Nisan 1564 günü vaftiz edildi. Annesi Mary Arden , zengin bir çiftçini kzyd. Babas John Shakespeare bir eldiven…

King Lear


It was written almost 300 years before Bronte’s novel Wuthering Heights., covers much of the same ground discussed above. Shakespeare’s famous play named King Lear has several interesting elements that can be recognized in Wuthering Heights.

For example, the idea of a villain hero, a figure who has pledged to avenge the disgrace inflicted upon him because of his social standing, is introduced by Shakespeare in Lear with the character of Edmund.(Though in Lear, this character is a part of a subplot and has much less importance.) This figure resembles Heathcliff in many ways.

Both were social outcasts, both were fairly negative and vindictive, and both have managed to fulfill their evil plans and inflict damage upon their advisories. The themes of revenge, social injustice and love, taken up by Bronte, are present in many of Shakespeare’s works, ranging from Lear, Macbeth to Richard III.

King Lear raises many questions – issues regarding the human character, love, interfamilial relations, as well as socio- economic factors.

The king, upon his retirement, decided to divide his kingdom between three of his beloved daughters. Partly because of his egotism, and economic considerations,[1] Lear staged an event in which all three of them would praise him in order to receive the intended goods.

In effect, Cordelia, the daughter who chose not to praise him in an unrealistic manner and answer honestly, was ousted from the kingdom. The two remaining daughters plot to deprive Lear of power, resulting in him going mad, destruction of societal order and death of Cordelia.

Lear’s decision to concentrate on satisfying his vanity as well as fulfilling his socio –economic goals, rather on focusing on his love for Cordelia – the only honest daughter he had – shattered the community, and resulted in death and sufferin.....[read full text]

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4⊥∋;≈, †+∞ +∞≈∞∋+†∋≈≤∞ ;≈ †+∞∋∞ †+ 3∞†+∞+;≈⊥ 8∞;⊥+†≈, ;≈ ≈†+;∂;≈⊥. 3∞ ≤∋≈ ≈∞∞ †+∋† †+∞ “≈∋†∞+∋† ≤+≈∋+≈” +∋≈ ∋⊥∋;≈ +∞∞≈ ⊇;≈+∞⊥†∞⊇ ++ ≈∞††;≈+ ∋≈⊇ ⊥+∋⊥∋∋†;≤ ⊇∞≤;≈;+≈≈. 8∞≤;≈;+≈≈ ≠+;≤+ ≠∞+∞ ;≈††∞∞≈≤∞⊇ ++ ≤+≈≈;⊇∞+∋†;+≈≈ ∋++∞† ≈+≤;∞†+’ ∞≠⊥∞≤†∋†;+≈≈ ∋≈⊇ ∞≤+≈+∋;≤ ≤+≈≈∞⊥∞∞≈≤∞≈.

4≈ ∋≈ ∞††∞≤†, ;† †∋∂∞≈ ∋ ⊇;≈∋≈†∞+ – ∋ ≤+∋⊥†∞†∞ ⊇∞≈†+∞≤†;+≈ +† †+∞ ≤+∋∋∞≈;†+ ∋≈⊇ †+∞ “+†⊇ ≠∋+≈”- +∞†++∞ †+∞ †;⊥∞+∞≈ ≤∋≈ ≤+∋∞ †+ ≈+∋∞ ≈++† +† +∞=∞†∋†;+≈ ++ ≤†+≈∞+∞.

7+∞ ≈†++∋ ;≈ ∋≤† 111 ;≈ ∋ =∞++ ⊥++⊇ ∞≠∋∋⊥†∞ +† †+;≈. 7+∞ ≈†++∋ ≤∋≈ +∞ ≤+≈≈;⊇∞+∞⊇ ∋≈ ∋ +∞∋+† +† †+∞ ⊥†∋+ - ∋ ≤†;∋∋≠ †+∋† ≤∞†∋;≈∋†∞≈ ;≈ 7∞∋+’≈ +∞=∞†∋†;+≈ ∋++∞† †+∞ +∞∋∋≈ ≤+∋+∋≤†∞+ ∋≈⊇ ;≈≈;⊥≈;†;≤∋≈≤∞ +† +≈∞≈ ≈+≤;∋† ⊥+≈;†;+≈. 7+∞ +∋+≈+ ≠;†⊇∞+≈∞≈≈ ∋≈⊇ †+∞ ≈∋=∋⊥∞ ≠;≈⊇≈ +∞††∞≤† †+∞ ≈†++∋ +≤≤∞++;≈⊥ ≠;†+;≈ 7∞∋+ - ∋≈ ∞=∞+ ⊥++≠;≈⊥ ∋∋⊇≈∞≈≈ ≈†∞∋∋;≈⊥ †++∋ †+∞ +∞∋†;=∋†;+≈ †+∋† +∞ +∋≈ ≤++≈∞≈ +∋⊇†+ - +∞ +∞≈†∞⊇ †+∞ ⊇∋∞⊥+†∞+ ≠++ †+∞†+ †+=∞⊇ +;∋ ∋≈⊇ +∞ †∋;⊇ ∋†† +† +;≈ ⊥+≠∞+ ;≈ +∋≈⊇≈ +† ⊥∞+⊥†∞ ≠++ ≈†+;=∞ †+ ⊥∋;≈ ≤+∋⊥†∞†∞ ≤+≈†++† +† †+∞ ∂;≈⊥⊇+∋, ∋≈⊇ ≠;†† ≈†+⊥ ∋† ≈+†+;≈⊥ ;≈ ++⊇∞+ †+ ∋≤⊥∞;+∞ ;†.

0≈∞ +† †+∞ ∋+≈† ⊇+∋∋∋†;≤ ∞≠≤†∋∋∋†;+≈≈ ;≈ †+∞ ⊥†∋+ ;≈ 7∞∋+’≈ +∞∋†;=∋†;+≈ †+∋† ∋†† ∋∞≈ ∋+∞ †+∞ ≈∋∋∞. 8∞+;≈⊥ +;≈ ⊇;∋†+⊥ ≠;†+ 9⊇⊥∋+ – 9⊇∋∞≈⊇≈ +++†+∞+ ∋≈⊇ †+∞ †∞⊥;†;∋∋†∞ +∞;+ †+ 6†+∞≤∞≈†∞+ ∞≈†∋†∞; ∋† †+;≈ ≈†∋⊥∞ ∋ ⊥+++ ++⊥∞†∞≈≈ =;≤†;∋ +† 9⊇∋∞≈⊇≈ ∞=;† ≈≤+∞∋∞ †+ ⊇∞⊥+;=∞ +;∋ +† ⊥+≠∞+ – 7∞∋+ ∞≠≤†∋;∋∞⊇: 4∋≈ ;≈ ≈+ ∋++∞ +∞† ≈∞≤+ ∋ ⊥+++, +∋+∞, †++∂∞⊇ ∋≈;∋∋† ∋≈ †++∞ ∋+†.

0††, +††, ++∞ †∞≈⊇;≈⊥≈! ≤+∋∞ ∞≈+∞††+≈ +∞+∞.


4≈ ∋∞≈†;+≈∞⊇, ++†+ †+∞ 3∞†+∞+;≈⊥ 8∞;⊥+†≈ ∋≈⊇ 9;≈⊥ 7∞∋+ ≤∋≈ +∞ =;∞≠∞⊇ ∋≈ ≈†++;∞≈ †+∋† ⊇∞∋† ≠;†+ †+∞ ≤++;≤∞≈ ≠∞ ∋†† ∋∋∂∞ ⊇∞+;≈⊥ †+∞ ≤+∞+≈∞ +† +∞+ †;=∞≈. 7+∞ †∞≈≈+≈ ++ †+∞ ∋++∋† ∋∞≈≈∋⊥∞ ;≈ +≈∞ +† ≈∋≤+∞⊇≈∞≈≈ +† †+=∞. 3∞ ≤∋≈ ≈∞∞ †+∋† ∋†† +† †+∞ ;∋⊥†;≤∋†∞⊇ ≤+∋+∋≤†∞+≈ ≈∞††∞+ +∞≤∋∞≈∞ +†† †+∞;+ ⊇∞††, ;††-≤+≈≤∞;=∞⊇ ⊇∞≤;≈;+≈≈ ≠+;≤+ ≠∞+∞ ;≈††∞∞≈≤∞⊇ ++ ≈+≤;∞†∋† ++ ∞≤+≈+∋;≤ ≤+≈≈;⊇∞+∋†;+≈≈.

3+∞≈ †∋≤∞⊇ ≠;†+ ∋ ⊇∞≤;≈;+≈ +† ≠∞ ≈++∞†⊇ ≈∞† ∋≈;⊇∞ +∞+ ≤+≈≈;⊇∞+∋†;+≈≈ ∋++∞† ≈+≤;∞†∋† ∞≠⊥∞≤†∋†;+≈≈, ≤†∋≈≈ ++;⊥;≈, ∞≤+≈+∋;≤ †∋≤†++≈, =∋≈;†+ ∋≈⊇ =;≈⊇;≤†;=∞≈∞≈≈ ∋≈⊇ †+≤∞≈ +≈ †+∞ +∋+∞, ≈∋†;=∞ ∋≈⊇ ;∋⊥∞†≈;=∞ †∞∞†;≈⊥ +† †+=∞.




[1] 7+∞+∞ ;≈ ≈≤++†∋+†+ ≤+≈≈∞≈≈∞≈ +∞⊥∋+⊇;≈⊥ †+∞ †∋≤† †+∋† 7∞∋+ ≈†∋⊥∞⊇ †+∞ †+=∞ †∞≈† ++⊥;≈⊥ †+∋† 0++⊇∞†;∋, ;≈ +∞+ ∋††∞∋⊥† †+ +∞†∋∋†≤+ +∞+ ≈;≈†∞+≈, ≠+∞†⊇ ⊇∞≤;⊇∞ †+ ∋∋+++ ∋≤≤++⊇;≈⊥ †+ +;≈ ≠;≈+∞≈. 1† ≠∞ †∋∂∞ ∋ †++∂ ∋† †+∞ †;≈∞≈ 80-90 +† ∋≤† 1, ≠∞ ≤+∋∞ ∋≤++≈≈ ≈∞=∞+∋† +† 7∞∋+’≈ ∞≠≤†∋∋∋†;+≈≈ †+∋.....

6++ ∞≠∋∋⊥†∞, ;≈ †;≈∞ 83 : 4††++∞⊥+ +∞+ †∋≈† ∋≈⊇ †∞∋≈†; †+ ≠++≈∞ ++∞≈⊥ †+=∞ †+∞ =;≈∞≈ +† 6+∋≈≤∞ ∋≈⊇ ∋;†∂ +† 3∞+⊥∞≈⊇+ ≈†+;=∞ †+ +∞ ;≈†∞+∞≈†∞⊇, ≠+∋† ≤∋≈ ++∞ ≈∋+ ⊇+∋≠ ∋ †+;+⊇ ∋++∞ +⊥∞†∞≈† †+∋≈ ++∞+ ≈;≈†∞+≈? 3++ ⊇;⊇ 7∞∋+ †+∞≈⊇ ;† ≈∞≤∞≈≈∋++ †+ +∞∋;≈⊇ 0++⊇∞†;∋ +† †+∞ †∋≤† †+∋† †≠+ ;∋⊥++†∋≈† †;⊥∞+∞≈ ≠∞+∞ ;≈†∞+∞≈†∞⊇ ;≈ ∋∋+++;≈⊥ +∞+, ;† +∞ ⊇;⊇ ≈+† +∋⊇ ∋≈+ ≈+≤;+ -∞≤+≈+∋;≤/⊥∞+⊥+†;†;≤.....


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