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Depiction of women in Dancing at Lughnasa and and James Joyce’s ‘Clay’

develop a critical discussion in the body paragraphs, provide specific and appropriate examples, then end with a conclusion. Analyze and discuss the examples, and define all important terms.
Refer to relevant critical theory to support your argument.

Q1. Brian Friel’s play Dancing at Lughnasa and James Joyce’s short story ‘Clay’ both confirm the limited opportunities available to Irish women during the first half of the 20th century. Discuss the depiction of women and their lives in both works. Refer to Irish historical context on women and support your discussion by providing specific examples from the works.

Sample Solution

According to Aristotle, the speaker can apply a number of rhetorical devices to increase the attraction of their message such as metaphors, similes and manipulation of rhythm by various means which includes repetition. Aristotle (2004 [350 BCE]) argues that when it comes to political rhetoric: ethos, logos and pathos must be in equal balance in order to be successfully effective and also to be able to support the needs and interests of the community. Widdowson (2006) differentiates non-literary from literary texts by regarding the former as referential and the latter as representational. Literary texts are formed from imagination and may not have any direct referential connection to reality as opposed to non-literary texts which are more political due to the direct link with daily occurrences in real life. Russian Formalist Mukarovsky (1964[1958]), saw literary language as defamiliarising in nature due to being ‘unexpected, novel and innovative’; often associated with creativity (Kaufman and Sternberg, 2010). Creativity itself is often connected with arts and also with extraordinary artists (High culture, Arnold, 1869, p. viii) for example, Shakespeare, one could say that he is today a part of our nation’s cultural heritage. Bakhtin(1981 [1935]) emphasises that language is drawn upon previous uses and intentions, he suggests language is heteroglossic which means it has been voiced by many before and that it is altered slightly differently each time (novelty in creativity, Kaufman and Sternberg, (2010) so that the message still carries the contextual intentions as the previous speaker. He also suggests that any written pieces are dialogical, responding to something that has already been written or said and in return expecting a new response back. Thus recycling and redeploying information to form a new text, which produces two concepts: a. Entextualisation: The encoding of some aspect of our lives including the cultural marking through representation as a new text (including spoken, written and multimodal). b. Recontextualisation: the movement of one piece of a text (from which context it closely relates to) to another. Thanks to the development of the digital media, it is becomi
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