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So, Shakespeare’s The Tempest and Twelfth Night are the plays which are abound with various exotic elements. Shakespeare skillfully handles these exotic elements in order to create romantic comedies. This article is concerned with exotic setting of The Tempest and Twelfth Night and its relevance to romantic comedies. Post-colonial view Exoticism is a post-colonial term which deals with the various effects of colonization, master-slave relationship, hegemony, awareness about the self and others. According to post colonialism; colonizers are more than the colonized.
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