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The Chairs – Eugene Ionesco- By Prem Sagar

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The Chairs – Eugene Ionesco ,Original Author – Eugene Ionesco , Author – Prem Sagar, ISBN Code – 978-93-87601-88-8

 

The Play is significantly entitled The Chair because the chair are visible while the audience is invisible. Effort is made to make the text clear to the students. The allegorical part is fully explained because lonesco does not express ideas plainly. Chapters Drama of the Absurd, Introduction, A seer’s Tribulation, A Splendid Wife, Plot Construction, Ordeals of a Moralist, A Mystic’s Attituded, Plight of a Reformer, Conclusion.

 

The Play is significantly entitled The Chairs because the chairs are visible while the audience is invisible. Effort is made to make the text clear to the students. The allegorical part is fully explained because lonesco does not express ideas plainly.

 

CONTENTS:

Drama of the Absurd

Introduction

A Seer’s Tribulations

A Splendid Wife

Plot Construction

Ordeals of a Moralist

A Mystic’s Attitude

Plight of a Reformer

Conclusion

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The Chairs – Eugene Ionesco ,Original Author – Eugene Ionesco , Author – Prem Sagar, ISBN Code – 978-93-87601-88-8

 

The Play is significantly entitled The Chair because the chair are visible while the audience is invisible. Effort is made to make the text clear to the students. The allegorical part is fully explained because lonesco does not express ideas plainly. Chapters Drama of the Absurd, Introduction, A seer’s Tribulation, A Splendid Wife, Plot Construction, Ordeals of a Moralist, A Mystic’s Attituded, Plight of a Reformer, Conclusion.

 

The Play is significantly entitled The Chairs because the chairs are visible while the audience is invisible. Effort is made to make the text clear to the students. The allegorical part is fully explained because lonesco does not express ideas plainly.

 

CONTENTS:

Drama of the Absurd

Introduction

A Seer’s Tribulations

A Splendid Wife

Plot Construction

Ordeals of a Moralist

A Mystic’s Attitude

Plight of a Reformer

Conclusion

 

 

 

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