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Violence and Hope in the Ariel

Author: Dr. Rachna Davi,

Emil Id: rachnasinghhnayak@gmail.com

 

 

Abstract

This research paper presents an extremely pessimistic view of father-daughter relationship in the contemporary Irish society. This play is actually talks about unresolved traumas, mother- and fatherhood, mixed with pitiless striving for power and religious delusions. We are patient of many problems in contemporary world which demand a persistent evaluation of the dominant values. These contemporary problems rule our lives. The protagonist’s goal to become the next Taoiseach allows him to make distance himself and his family members. His striving for power is a way to avoid intimacy, and avoid emotional bond with his children and his wife. In his own views, he is an adoring father, who is glad when his kids are not with him. Ariel, his first child, is sacrificed by her religious father for the sake of becoming Taoiseach. Ariel is drowning in Cuura Lake by her cruel father. The death of Ariel brings him success but it also causes his own death. So, Personal identity is more important in the play

Keywords: Importance of relationship, striving for power and Avoid emotional bond

journal of english

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