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Both speech and essay material of the notions of appropriation explored through film 'Ran' and 'King Lear'.
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Preview of the essay: Appropriation
Appropriation is the renewal of one text into a separate and vastly varied context. It is predominantly concerned with evolution and an imitation of a classical work in which the relationship between themes and social affairs of the time are adapted to suite a separate audience. Through appropriating a Shakespearian work like ‘King Lear’ into a more understandable and relatable context, ...
... culture and time period all contribute to the evolution of a text to entertain. Furthermore, appropriation provides insight into cultural differences and illustrates significant historical and contextual events. In essence, whatever form of media a text is in, it’s primary aim is to entertain and through appropriation, the entertainment value, and the people it can entertain grows substantially to prolong and enrich the lives of the certain work.
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