Write a note on Noel Coward as a dramatist.
In his plays and in his lifestyle, Noel Coward embodied the high style of the 1920s and 1930s. His characters are elite and aristocratic, as Wilde’s characters are, but they are more likely to have a profession, usually in the artistic arena.
Language and clever conversation, rather than the standard plot or melodrama, are the focal points of the cafe society that Coward portrays.
Private Lives concerns the relationship between two temperamental lovers who defuse anxiety through wit and strengthen our sense of resilience with their resourcefulness and belief in the carpe diem theme. They cope with the realities of life with flippancy and humor.