De-Mythologisation - path towards the Hidden Truth in Albanian Modern Drama

Erenestina Halili


When we look at the modern drama Albanian in developed in Kosovo and its most significant works that have used the Illyrian-Albanian mythological heritage, the Bible, the biblical -- cannon and other mythological constructs, that derives mainly from the Albanian folklore, or today’s believes etc., it can easily be noted that apart from its aspect of having it used as a subject or "a story", or as a way of believing, or as a collective psychosis, it (the drama) has also used in a rational way the myths, which are products of the collective social consciousness, thus are part of the mythological mechanism of today's society.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n2p509

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