Mutsari

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Tsalwa ra Shakespeare ra The Tempest hi lembe 1623.

Mutsari i munhu loyi a tirhisaka marito lama tsariweke hi vutshila byo hambana-hambana ku hundzisa makungu yakwe. Vatsari va tumbuluxa matsalwa yo hambana-hambana kuhlanganisa tinovhele, switori swokoma, vuthlokovetseri, mintlangu kuhlanganisa na swiviko swa mahungu leswi nga tsakeriwaka hi xitshungu. Vatsari lava ngana ntokoto naswona lava kotaka ku tirhisa ririmi hundzisa makungu na marungula, hakanyingi va nyikela xandla e ku akeni ndzhavuko wa nhlangano wa vanhu.[1]

Riviti "Mutsari" rithlela ritirhisiwa hi tindlel tin'wana eka swa Vutshila – ku hlanganisa na mutsari wa vunanga – hambi swiritano riviti "Mutsari" ritirhisiwa ku hlamusela ntumbuluko wa ku tsala. Kasi vatsari van'wana va tirhisa ndzhavuko wa ku vulavula.

Vatsari vanga tumbuluxa matsalwa eka swiyenge swo hlaya, ku hlanganisa na matsalwa ya xiviri na lawa yo vhumbhiwa. Van'wana vatsari vatirhisa swifaniso na vupfapfarhuti leswaku va entisa mahundzisele ya makungu yavona. Eka minkarhi ya swesi, vahlayi na vanhu lava tirhelaka ti hulumendhe va tskela ku hlaya matsalwa ya switori lawa ma hlavutelaka ti mhaka ta vutshila na sayensi hi ndlela leyi twakalaka. Van'wana vatsari vanga ha tirhisa vunanga lebyi pfanganisiweke na marito ku hundzisa marungula na makungu ya vona.[2]

A henhla ko tsala matsalwa, vatsari va thlela vatsala hi tindlela ta vutsari;[3] swivangelo;[4] vathlela va xopaxopa matsalwa ya va'nwana.[5] Vatsari va thoriwa leswaku vatsala, kasi van'wana va sungula ku hakeriwa ntsena loko matsalwa ya vona ma gandlisiwile.

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  1. Magill, Frank N. (1974). Cyclopedia of World Authors. vols. I, II, III (revised ed.). Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Salem Press. pp. 1–1973.  [A compilation of the bibliographies and short biographies of notable authors up to 1974.]
  2. Nobel prize winner Rabindranath Tagore is an example.
  3. Nicolson, Adam (2011). When God Spoke English: The Making of the King James Bible. London: Harper Press. ISBN 978-0-00-743100-7. 
  4. See, for example, Will Blythe, ed. (c. 1998). Why I write: thoughts on the practice of fiction. Boston: Little, Brown. ISBN 0316102296. 
  5. Jonathan Franzen, for example, criticised John Updike for being "exquisitely preoccupied with his own literary digestive processes ..." and his "lack of interest in the bigger postwar, postmodern, socio-technological picture" Franzen, Jonathan (6 September 2013). "Franzen on Kraus: Footnote 89". The Paris Review (206). Retrieved 11 September 2013.