Vol. 6, Issue 1 (2020)
Review on black struggle for racial identity in modern American drama, analysis study in selected plays of eugene o'neill
Author(s): Hussein mohammed Essa, Dr. S Prasanna Sree
Abstract: A subject managing the blacks' battle for racial character in current American dramatization is intriguing socially, artistically, generally and socially. Numerous past examinations focused on a particular dark subject reflected by one of the picked creators. Truth be told, practically no exploration contemplated the subject of the examination in a type of a correlation between two racial gatherings of American producers; and if there was an investigation, it was not inside and out and detail. Along these lines, the researcher sees that the field of writing, particularly dramatization, is deprived for such an investigation to include new information that help other future researchers and can give productive advantages to other social features. Henceforth, the scientist looks to analyze this topic through a near report between the two chose gatherings of white and dark American writers just as among those picked screenwriters and their plays.