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Houshang Yazdani ghareaghaj

Houshang Yazdani ghareaghaj

Academic rank: Associate Professor
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3628-1046
Education: PhD.
ScopusId: 55311881700
Faculty: Literature and Languages
Address: Arak University


Self And Other Relationship as The Art of Maneuvers in Lucy Prebble 'S The Sugar Syndrome
Modern society, Sense of self, Societal expectations, Art of maneuvers,Addiction, Quest for connection, Reflection, Self and other relationships, Personal identity
Researchers Houshang Yazdani ghareaghaj(PrimaryAdvisor)، Mahdi Javidshad(Advisor)، Ali Abdulnabi Oraibi(Student)


This research delves into the profound exploration of self and other relationships as the art of maneuvers in Lucy Prebble's compelling play, The Sugar Syndrome. The Sugar Syndrome unravels the intricate dynamics between individuals in a modern society, examining how people navigate the complexities of their relationships and the profound impact these interactions have on their sense of self. Through the protagonist's quest for connection, Prebble skillfully portrays the struggles of reconciling personal identity with the influence of others. The play delves into the realm of online communities, addiction, and societal expectations, shedding light on the multifaceted interplay between selfhood and interpersonal connections. Prebble's narrative deftly captures the ever-evolving landscape of human relationships, exploring how technology and virtual spaces shape our interactions. By delving into the protagonist's exploration of online relationships, the play invites audiences to question the authenticity and significance of virtual connections in the digital age. This research aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the play's central themes and the significance of self and other relationships as the art of maneuvers within the narrative. It emphasizes the importance of understanding the complexities that shape human interactions in contemporary society and prompts reflection on the profound impact of these relationships on personal identity and well-being. Prebble's insightful exploration of self and other relationships invites audiences to contemplate their own connections, prompting a deeper understanding of the artful maneuvers required in navigating the intricate web of human interactions.