Indigenized Stages: Unveiling Gender in Shakespearean Cinema

Author(s): Mamatha V Freeman Ramani. Challa

  • Language:
  • English
  • Genre(s):
  • Literature & Culture
  • ISBN13:
  • 9789359117935
  • ISBN10:
  • 9359117935
  • Format:
  • Paperback
  • Trim:
  • 6x9
  • Pages:
  • 202
  • Publication date:
  • 28-Nov-2023

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"Indigenized Stages: Unveiling Gender in Shakespearean Cinema" offers a compelling exploration of the intersection between indigenous cultures and Shakespearean drama on the silver screen. This ground-breaking book delves into the dynamic interplay of gender representation within indigenous contexts as portrayed through the lens of Shakespearean adaptations in film. This book intends to bring together the diverse platforms of Indian Shakespearean adaptations that range from 1950- 2012 concentrating on the politics of power and agency in relationships between the genders to create the pseudo reality that prejudicially influence the reality for the genders in the real world. The book follows the exploration from the spatial and social periphery, from space to the intimate character representations.

Mamatha V Freeman

Mamatha V Freeman

Mamatha V Freeman, is assistant Professor of English Literature at Mount Carmel College, Bangalore, where she teaches Communication Skills, Indian Narratives and Performance Arts. She is a doctoral candidate in English Literature from the CMR University.
Ramani. Challa

Ramani. Challa

Dr. Venkata Ramani. Challa, Professor & HOD, Department of Languages Presidency University, Bangalore, is a passionate teacher, avid researcher, and able administrator.

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