John Galsworthy's neutrality

John Galsworthy’s Neutrality Has Some Faint Mist Of Partiality

Not many playwrights possess an outlook of one wise spectator while penning their stories. Honestly, most dramatists act as a propagandist in depicting the plot of their wordy creations. However, John Galsworthy’s neutrality in portraying prevalent social problems opens up his impartial outlook bathed in a faint mist of partiality to some extent. Galsworthy’s social […]

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John Galsworthy

John Galsworthy, The Playwright Who Discovers Unheroic Heroes

As a playwright, John Galsworthy never follows the tradition of exploring ‘larger than life’ heroes. He is among those few playwrights who invents a dramatic sense of realism in his plays. His naturalism in depicting the moral earnestness of human life establishes him as a born playwright. Galsworthy’s famous plays like Strife, Loyalties, and Justice […]

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