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From: Cross-Cultural Performances: Differences in Women's Re-Visions of Shakespeare[(essay date 1993) In the following essay, Lee reads Dinesen's last collection of stories, Anecdotes of Destiny, as a "re-vision" of Shakespeare's play The Tempest, maintaining that, like the drama, the work stresses...
From: Studies in Short FictionStructuring [“The Diver”] are plot elements that we find also in “The Ring” and “Babette's Feast”: a desire for transcendence (represented by the motifs of birds and angels); a fall (or its refusal) caused by the “real...
From: Studies in Short Fiction[(essay date summer 1990) In the following essay, Bassoff finds thematic connections between three Dinesen stories: "The Diver," "Babette's Feast," and "The Ring."] In "The Diver," the first story in Isak Dinesen's...
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