Thomas Hardy's vision is less tragic and more pessimist. He does not follow contemporary rules as defined by Aristotle nor does he copy Shakespeare. ...
Chances are integral party of Hardy’s fictional work. Whether it is novel or poetry, Hardy prefers to include chances in his work. Return of Na...
Samuel Beckett had largest contribution in "Absurd Theater". His play "Waiting for Godot" also belonged to the same category and was called an absurd play.
Themes of "Waiting for Godot": Existentialism, nothingness, vitality of hope, sufferings, absurdity, human race, relationships, religion, waiting, ignorance
"Love and Marriage" is common theme of Austen's novels. "Pride and Prejudice" is a clear representation of theme of "love and marriage".
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