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インドにおけるOthello像 : インド高等文官と英国教育制度の関係から(英文)

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Title: インドにおけるOthello像 : インド高等文官と英国教育制度の関係から(英文)
Other Titles: The Image of Indian Othello: The Anxiety of the Elite Indian in Western Society
Authors: 山田, 美幸1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Yamada, Miyuki1
Issue Date: 24-Dec-2010
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院文学研究科
Journal Title: 研究論集
Journal Title(alt): Research Journal of Graduate Students of Letters
Volume: 10
Start Page: 69
End Page: 79
Abstract: In 1848, an innovative Othello was performed at the Sans Souci Theatre in Calcutta, India. Producer Manager, James Barry, managed to cast a native Indian as the title character. Barry’s Othello was an enormously revolutionary and influential event for the Indian stage as well as for Indian society. Although the native Indian actor, Baishnav Charan Adhaya, was modestly accepted in Western society at first, his second performance was bitterly rejected. This situation is similar to the character Othello’s. In India, there were elite Indians like Othello, who were cultivated by the Westerners. Barry gave a representation of the elite Indian people who agonized over their positions in colonial India and were victims of the cunning strategy of the English education system.
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