Miranda: A Pinnacle of Femininity and Object of Patriarchal Power

Miranda: A Pinnacle of Femininity and Object of Patriarchal Power

Divya K.B

Divya K.B "Miranda: A Pinnacle of Femininity and Object of Patriarchal Power" Published in International Journal of Trend in Research and Development (IJTRD), ISSN: 2394-9333, Special Issue | NCSPW-17 , March 2017, URL: http://www.ijtrd.com/papers/IJTRD8450.pdf

Shakespeare was not of an age but for all times because his characters are true to the eternal aspects of human life and notlimited to contemporary society. Shakespeare was also the soul of his age. By its very nature drama is a mirror of its times. Hewrote for Elizabethan audience and he conditioned his art to suit the tastes of the people and the limitations of the age. Shakespeare‘sgreatness, one critic said lay in his comprehensive soul. That is the most poetic summation of a dramatic genius that has never beenequaled. No dramatist can create live characters save by bequeathing the best of himself into his work of art, scattering among thema largess of his own qualities, his own wit, his comprehensive cogent philosophy, his own rhythm of action and the simplicity orcomplexity of his own nature. Shakespeare excelled in all of them all the time, or at least majority of times, as he teased andtormented his readers with his exquisite wit on one scale and sublimated them with his deep insight into human psyche on another.Shakespeare wrote in the age outstanding in literary history and its vitality of language.


Special Issue | NCSPW-17 , March 2017


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