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Another difference between the two plays is that in Jeffer’s translation at the end of the play Medea changes herself into a bird. Many excerpts have argued that the section does not make sense because, throughout the play, Medea has not been portrayed as having superhuman powers. While in Radull’s translation Medea runs to exile when she heard that Jason was looking for her. In connection to this, the two authors portray Medea differently. While Jeffer has shown that Medea had some superhuman power, on the other hand, Radull portrays Medea as a normal human being.
In conclusion, Radull and Jeffer translation of Medea are quite different. For example, Jeffer’s main focus on the play is Medea and Jason while Radull has focussed more on Medea whom she portrays as the most powerful character in the play. While watching the play translated by Jeff, I did not feel the inhuman nature of
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In the Bible, Eve, Delilah and Salome (although not specifically mentioned) are examples. All of these archetypical examples stem from a viewpoint that ‘special’ women (particularly independent minded ones) are temptresses and man is beguiled by this type of women to do things against his best interest, and the victim of her ‘magic.” The femme fatal embodies ‘evil’ corrupting ‘good’.
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A very typical example of this is Hamlet, which has both a play version and a movie version. The work was however originally written as a play by William Shakespeare. In 2000, Michael Almereyda made a film version of the play, the two of which has their similarities and differences.
Both the movies have brought forth the similarities along with huge disparities, reinforcing the similarities all the more. It is evidently clear that Helen Fielding is great admirer of Austen's work and the replicated work is also intentional.
Hedda Gabler, the famous play in world literature, was written by the Norwegian playwright Henrick Ibsen in the year 1890 and there have been several movie versions of the play ever since its theatre production.
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