Silence,the court in session

With the towering personality of a successful teacher and an economically independent woman, as Miss Bennie is, finds a blunt criticism and sexual harassment in the hands f middleman’s and hypocrite male folk. Though at the Transit point she is trapped, her wrangling in the formulated phrase earns much sympathy and triumphantly declares a heroic fortitude. Quiz Arturo detuned en LU tout imaginer (Imaginary isn’t simply the opposite of real ) : In the play we find two distinctive halves of dramatic personal in a state of collision with accepted norms .

Before a theatrical performance they begin ‘a harmless game ‘ of mock trail. Miss Bennie will be on trail. The accusation of infanticide against Bennie is based party on conjecture, partly on hearsay. But rehearsal of mock trail becomes a real trail. It becomes a ‘ mouse trap ‘ for Bennie. The hypocritical middleman’s men like Shakier, Statute , Pones and Sarnia with their worthless middleman’s sentiments take much fun of destitute , brutalized and humiliated Bennie who is in fact a pregnant woman fathered by an absent culprit Proof DAML .

In the prison house of hypocrisy and selfishness and male domination Bennie is in agonized cry Sarnia adds: ‘ The crime itself is imaginary ‘ Samoan reads a portion of a popular novel, a drawing parallel to Beanie’s real life story. Bennie enemies: “It is all lie “. But she is in full tears what begins a time pass, ends in hard reality. Beanie’s final saying – her monologues: A teacher by profession, a village girl by root Bennie is cheerful and Jolly even at the age of 34. Beanie’s independence and liveliness is concluded with a sense of disgust with her companions and the city.

She wants to go far away with an unknown person. She has her will of her own. There is a hidden desire to escape from her unknown persons. AS the mock trail becomes a real trial, the atmosphere of the place becomes gloomy and tense. While Bennie is titrating the false pride and pretensions of the middleman’s men folk, represented by her elderly colleagues. Perhaps, Bennie has in mind a particular person who has wronged her and fled away like a coward. Her annoyance regarding the so called guardian of the society is severe. As an independent woman she needs the full control over her personal or private life.

Her personal action can never be put into judgment by the male chauvinism. Though her view is unorthodox view of individual, silence,the court in session By cinchona a rightful father puts her in the dock and becomes the target of male aggressors. But, finally, Bennie speaks of her self and the dead silence is broken by her self assertive triumphant voice. The cry of her speech is that in spite of everything. She cannot fall out of love with life. As her life is denying love, marriage, child and happiness, she bursts into the following words: “Life is very dreadful thing.

Life must be hanged. An Java Experimentation ‘ . Life is not worthy of life. Hold an enquiry against life – sack it from its Job ” She is in search of purity and beauty which is infant an integrated essence of love of life. She has drunk ‘ the life to the less ‘ but unfortunately so gets the bitter cup of it too The end of the play records nursery rhymes in Beanie’s mouth. The rhyme itself contains a parallel to Bennie story. Here the sparrow laments the loss of her nest which the crow has forcefully stolen, how the crow shrugs off the responsibility and looks indifferent.

The patriarchal society and their voices are the proverbial crow to Bennie. Bennie only searches after her peaceful nest, ‘ a room of one’s own Bennie sings the nursery rhymes where the parrot has lost her nest alike her: ” Oh my dear friend, what shall I say? Someone has stolen my nest away’ Conclusion: Ibsen play A Doll’s House ends with the heroine leaving her home, her husband, and even her children to go and face an uncertain future in a world about which she knows next to nothing. It has been Norm’s violent protest against the masculine supremacy in a society and the dramatist’s final design of his point of view.

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