Shakespeare oyunlarındaki karakterlerin yorumunda diksiyon enerji ilişkisi

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2005
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Gökçer, Cüneyt
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Bilkent University
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While the plays of Shakespeare have been interpreted, many different forms have been seen within the comprehension of today’s theatre. These frequently bring free unfolding in the mutiny of postmodernism. Sometimes Lear may be in overcoat and Hamlet may be a black man sometimes. It has been observed that there is seeking of essence more than the form as an evaluation on the artistic quality of these approaches has been made. Essentially, interpreters don’t refuse what Shakespeare explained. What does the essence of Shakespeare mean according to the actors? What are the important points that the actors shouldn’t forget even in the form? How could the thing that made Shakespeare special appear while the actors are interpreting? Are the great interpretation skills of the successful Shakespeare actors secrets granted by the God? Or is it the full application of the chain of definable technical difficulties? If the analyses have been focused on the well known basic structure of Shakespeare’s plays, this lies on the perfection of language and fictional richness could be explained being based on the sources. The structure of tirades, fiction and scenes have been investigated according to the views of the experts and examples have been provided. In this direction, results on usage of the energy have been reached.

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