Choose either the psychoanalytic or postcolonial critical theory, and explain your interpretation of a character or theme from the work. How does viewing a character or the theme through the chosen perspective affect your interpretation of it?
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@tkhunny I haven't learned what these two theories are but they're somehow in my lesson. I was hoping to use Julius Caesar for this question too if possible.
I cannot answer that question without reading the material. I guess this is your next task.
What @tkhunny said. Answering the question requires access to the original work. In addition to that, someone familiar with psychoanalytic/postcolonial critical theory would have to help you. I doubt if any users on here are familiar with such concepts. Try asking your question on Quora.