Author : Rashmi Borah 1
Date of Publication :17th May 2018
Abstract: This paper deals with the study of Harold Pinter’s play ‘The Lover’ as a schizophrenia play. It tends to analyze the instances which occupy the play although it is a mental term but with a literary point of study. The splitting of psychic is as an escape from the life of monotony of monogamy. Implications of various tools such as change of role, names, appearances and time which plays an important factor in the play. The game of fantasy occupies the mind of the characters which contrasts between the bourgeoisies of domestic yearning and sexcapades. This schizophrenia adds on to the play as absurdic
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