Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


Different concepts of love and death in Shakespearian drama need a close study about this theme. This article tries to find relation of between love and deep meaning of death as a kind of devotion for real, selfish love that can lead to a kind of misunderstanding concept. These elements form postmodern criticism and deconstructive view is a kind of binary opposition that without each other, they will lose their meaning. Difficulty of Shakespearian plays and their themes for the students of English language and literature needs a new ways of analysis for a better understanding and interpreting of Shakespeare's plays.

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