Raees as Macbeth-A transcultural adaptation

International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Culture

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Title Raees as Macbeth-A transcultural adaptation
 
Creator Shafiq, Sundas
Anwar, Nadia
 
Subject adaptation theory
adaptation
canonical texts
indigenization
transcultural
 
Description Literary adaptation is a process, which reproduces the pre-existent literary piece of work into a series of altering characters, settings, actions, and storylines. Adaptations of canonical texts of great authors such as Shakespeare had won the universal dignity. By using Hutcheon’s adaptation theory, this research aimed to scrutinize the impact of the transcultural adaptations of Macbeth as Raees by Government College University Dramatic Club, Lahore. The reception of Shakespeare as the manifestation of the British culture involved many social, cultural, and political factors that were analyzed in this research by using Hutcheon’s concept of "indigenization" (2103:150). I had collected data from source texts, scripts, articles, interviews, observations, questionnaires, and group discussions. The Government College University Dramatic Club, Lahore team made the variations in the text to make it appropriate to the native/local culture. These variations were significant in making the transcultural adaptation as a success in the native culture.
 
Publisher Scientific and Literature Open Access Publishing
 
Date 2020-05-08
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://sloap.org/journals/index.php/ijllc/article/view/901
10.21744/ijllc.v6n4.901
 
Source International journal of linguistics, literature and culture; Vol. 6 No. 4 (2020): Special Issue in International Association for Technology, Education and Language Studies (IATELS); 6-15
2455-8028
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://sloap.org/journals/index.php/ijllc/article/view/901/1427
 
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