Harold Pinter Essay | Critical Analysis of "the Homecoming"

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Critical Analysis of "the Homecoming"

Summary: Harold Pinter's play, The Homecoming, represents a series of urban characters that involves in the family relationships whose prime interest is in wining dominance over another, and the depiction of gender roles which radically severed from traditional family in urban life.
Harold Pinter's play, The Homecoming, represents a series of urban characters that involves in the family relationships whose prime interest is in wining dominance over another, and the depiction of gender roles which radically severed from traditional family in urban life. This essay will explore the family relationships between the characters against traditional family and how it relates to modernity. I will exam the text in the following aspects: I will identify the way that in urban life, characters struggle for dominance over another, in attempt to assert identity in order to secure love and identity. I will then illustrate the situation of gender roles, in which possess freedom from constraints of tradition notion of being at home. Finally, I will explore the penetration of homecoming and how it against traditional family, as a way to announce itself as modern. Throughout the analysis...

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