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    • A Divine cause for abandoning reason in Shakespeare’s King Lear 

      Kurtuluş, Gül (Gaziantep Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enst., 2019)
      King Lear can be considered as one of the most powerful tragedies written by Shakespeare. Written nearly 400 years ago, it appeals to todays’ literary critiques, psychologists and psychiatrists. Shakespeare’s construction ...
    • The paradox of horror or the value of negative aesthetic experiences 

      Yücel, Uğur Eylül (Bilkent University, 2019-06)
      David Hume (1982) in Of Tragedy asks the question that how is it possible for audiences to get pleasure from disagreeable emotions? My dissertation addresses the contemporary version of the paradox of tragedy that raises ...