She stoops to conquer as an anti sentimental comedy

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She stoops to conquer as an anti sentimental comedy

  1. 1. Topic: She Stoops To Conquer As an antisentimental comedy Paper: 2 Paper Name: The Neo- Classical Literature Name: Patel Kinjal Roll No: 18 Class: M.A 1 SEM-1 Year:2013 Submitted to: S.B. Gardi Department of English Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University (Gujarat – India)
  2. 2. Introduction  In the face of the sentimental comedy. Goldsmith and Sheridan attempted a revival of the restoration comedy of manners without its coarseness and immorality, and they both succeeded because of their theatrical talents.
  3. 3. Sentimental comedy is related to our emotions. It appeals especially to our fallings of sorrow, pity, and compassionate sympathy. Sometimes in comedy we find mannerlessness, vulgarity and profanity.
  4. 4. Characteristic of Anti- Sentimental Comedy  Wit  Laughter  Farce  Irony , verbal, situation and dramatic  Disguise
  5. 5. Characters of She Stoops To Conquer as an anti- sentimental comedy  Mr. Hardcastle  Mrs. Hardcastle
  6. 6.  Tony  Miss Neville
  7. 7.  Marlow  Miss. Hadcastle
  8. 8.  When Marlow arrives at Mr. Hardcastle’s house dealing his house to be inn. Miss Hardcastle disguises her self as bar maid to conquer Marlow.
  9. 9.  Tony picks up the jewel box and gives it to Hastings.
  10. 10.  Mrs. Hardcastle was crazy after the city life's and wanted her husband to live that types of life.
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  12. 12. Conclusion  There are clashes of interest which divide characters like Marlow and Miss Hardcastle.  It is kind of comedy representing complex and sophisticated code of behavior current in fashionable circles of society, where appearance count for more than true moral character.

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