IRRATIONALITY IN THE PLAYS OF EDWARD BONDJournal: SRJ'S FOR HUMANITY SCIENCES & ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Vol.6, No. 29)
Publication Date: 2018-10-01
Authors : M. Ramana Raju;
Page : 8085-8088
Keywords : _Apparently; Consequences; Irrationality; Problem; Reasons; Serious; Society_;
It is common to have problems in a society. But it is more important to nip any problem in the bud or else it becomes serious and will have disastrous consequences over the period of time. It requires serious concern to search for the root cause of the problem instead of brooding over the problem itself. One can hardly expect a problem without reason. In this sense, Irrationality is definitely a strong reason behind many problems. If someone is found rational of his life he can solve most of the problems with his sense of rationality. Irrationality of an individual destructs his life along with the life of many innocent people. Hence, one can apparently find the element of irrationality in the plays of Bond especially in Saved (1965), Lear (1972).
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