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Contradictory in Sarah Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone
Ahmed Abdulaziz Muhammed
Department of English Language, Faculty of Education, Koya University

Abstract: The paper examines different types of connection in Sarah Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone in respect to postmodernism characteristics of American theater. It so clear that the play has a smooth transformation or connection between paradoxical states or situations. The transformation happens due to spatial and temporal conditions. The play is full of different types of connections due to social ties, contradictive life situations, death and life, the whole and the parts, the spatial and the temporal transformation, truth and lies, happiness and misfortune, fancy and facts, and humanity with technology. No doubt these comparative situations serve a higher thematic issues in a philosophical dimension in a very a carful woven relations between the characters and situational environment as well. Common unanswered questions will be aroused and there will be an attempt for touch the truth.

Keyboard: Sarah Ruhel, contemporary drama, contradictory.

Date: 15/03/2021
Place: Online/ Google Meet
Caroline Yousif Daniel,
Mar 20, 2021, 12:29 AM