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International Journal of Research in English

Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part C (2023)

Navigating conflict resolution and emotional intimacy: A study of interpersonal relationships in tom Stoppard's theatrical works

Author(s):

Ruchika and Dr. Rajvir Singh

Abstract:

This study highlights the complex dynamics of human relationships depicted in the dramatic works of acclaimed playwright Tom Stoppard, with a particular focus on conflict resolution and emotional intimacy. Using a qualitative research approach based on literary analysis, this study examines the portrayal of relationships in selected plays by Stoppard in an attempt to illuminate the strategies adopted by characters in resolving conflict and cultivating emotional intimacy. Through a close study of character interactions, dialogue, and thematic elements, the study explores how Stoppard captures the complexity of human connections within the framework of his dramatic narrative. Additionally, the study explores the interplay between conflict resolution and emotional intimacy, analyzing how conflict resolution affects the development of intimacy between characters. By providing insight into Stoppard's nuanced descriptions of interpersonal relationships, this study aims to contribute to a deeper understanding of the strategies and challenges involved in resolving conflict and cultivating emotional intimacy within interpersonal dynamics as described in the drama literature.

Pages: 173-176  |  67 Views  21 Downloads


International Journal of Research in English
How to cite this article:
Ruchika and Dr. Rajvir Singh. Navigating conflict resolution and emotional intimacy: A study of interpersonal relationships in tom Stoppard's theatrical works. Int. J. Res. Engl. 2023;5(2):173-176. DOI: 10.33545/26648717.2023.v5.i2c.177
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