Macbeth the messenger between Shakespeare and Kadare

Show simple item record Dibra – Ibrahimi, Vjollca 2017-03-04T12:03:38Z 2017-03-04T12:03:38Z 2016
dc.identifier.isbn 978-9951-494-62-5
dc.description.abstract Shakespeare’s figure in this research paper is loomed as tangential, since his world wide dimension has already entered in the records of the world literature together with Homer, Aeschylus, Dante, Cervantes up to other later writers such as Marques and Eco. Fortunately for us, this list also includes our writer Ismail Kadare. A lot of contemporary world’s scholars and critics, when writing about Kadare (surely the merits for being the first to write about him belong to the French writer Alen Boske), drew the parallel between Kadare and other writers such as Aeschylus, Shakespeare, Gogol, Kafka, and Orwell. His correlations with these colossi present a versatile interest, but we are going to focus especially on the intersections with Shakespeare, respectively with his work. The first embryo of the intersection is undoubtedly Macbeth, one of Shakespeare’s masterpieces, which Kadare had read in his early childhood. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Kolegji AAB en_US
dc.subject Shakespeare en_US
dc.subject Macbeth en_US
dc.subject Intersection en_US
dc.subject Chronicle in stone en_US
dc.title Macbeth the messenger between Shakespeare and Kadare en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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