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‘Ubu the King’ a Parody on Shakespeare’s Plays

‘Ubu the King’ a Parody  on Shakespeare’s Plays‘Ubu the King’ a Parody  on Shakespeare’s Plays

Golazin Publication has released Zahra Tahmasbi’s Persian translation of ‘Ubu the King’ in 139 pages.
It is the best known work of French symbolist writer Alfred Jarry. Poet and researcher Mohammad Meftahi has written an introduction to the title introducing Jarry, his thoughts, and Theater of Absurd, Honaronline reported.  
“Jarry’s King Ubu (Ubu Roi in French) is an absurd farce that riffs on several of Shakespeare’s plays and warns of the dangers of tyranny.” Dramaonlinelibrary.com wrote. 
Macbeth and some parts of Hamlet and King Lear are among Shakespeare’s plays adapted for the play. 
 

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