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The Aspects of Human Relationship in Galsworthy’s The Skin Game


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1 Deptt. of English, M.R.P.G. College, Bhadrauli, Agra (U.P.), Pin 283113, India
     

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Galsworthy’s concern for the problems of society also meant observing the relationships of people affected by the existing social problems. He deals with the different types of human relationships. He has clearly stated his aim of objectivity in the art of writing. He has striven successfully to ‘see life whole and steadily’. He omits everything from his mind–the desire to please the audience, the actors or theatrical managers. He is prepared to include in his work ‘nothing because it pays nothing because it will make sensation, no situations faked, no characters falsified, no fire works,’ but only things imagined and put down in a passion of sincerity. Galsworthy is quite deft in maintaining an impartial attitude throughout his plays. He knows quite clearly that there are two sides to every coin. The conflict between class and capital and labour have been poined out by the author most impartially.

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Humam Relationship, Hypocracy, Social Aspect, Domestic Aspect, Hypocrasy, Hornblower, Suicide.
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  • Galsworthy, The Skin Game .... Gupts, R.C. The Problem Play. Agra : Shivalal Agarwal & Co. Pvt. Ltd., 1961

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S. P. Bhadauria
Deptt. of English, M.R.P.G. College, Bhadrauli, Agra (U.P.), Pin 283113, India

Abstract


Galsworthy’s concern for the problems of society also meant observing the relationships of people affected by the existing social problems. He deals with the different types of human relationships. He has clearly stated his aim of objectivity in the art of writing. He has striven successfully to ‘see life whole and steadily’. He omits everything from his mind–the desire to please the audience, the actors or theatrical managers. He is prepared to include in his work ‘nothing because it pays nothing because it will make sensation, no situations faked, no characters falsified, no fire works,’ but only things imagined and put down in a passion of sincerity. Galsworthy is quite deft in maintaining an impartial attitude throughout his plays. He knows quite clearly that there are two sides to every coin. The conflict between class and capital and labour have been poined out by the author most impartially.

Keywords


Humam Relationship, Hypocracy, Social Aspect, Domestic Aspect, Hypocrasy, Hornblower, Suicide.

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