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Euripides: Medea (Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy) download ebook
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071563187X
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Author:
William Allan
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Bristol Classical Press (October 31, 2002)
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William Allan is Assistant Professor of Classics at Harvard University. He is the author of The Andromache and Euripidean Tragedy (Oxford University Press, 2000) and Euripides: The Children of Heracles (Aris and Phillips, 2001). Series: Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy. Paperback: 160 pages. Publisher: Bristol Classical Press (October 31, 2002).

In book: A Companion to Greek Tragedy, p. 77 - 39. Este artigo apresenta um panorama da recepção das tragédias fragmentárias de Eurípides durante os séculos V e IV . e de sua contribuição para nossos conhecimentos sobre os enredos

In book: A Companion to Greek Tragedy, p. 77 - 393. Cite this publication. e de sua contribuição para nossos conhecimentos sobre os enredos. Aspectos selecionados das performances, reapresentações e influências das tragédias Andrômeda, Cresfonte, Éolo, Erecteu, Hipsípile,Télefoe Teseuem poetas trágicos, poetas cômicos, decoradores de vasos e comentadores antigos são brevemente discutidos.

Euripides' "Medea" is one of the greatest and most influential Greek tragedies. Euripides: Medea (Duckworth Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy). 071563187X (ISBN13: 9780715631874). This book outlines the development of the Medea myth before Euripides and explores his uniquely powerful version from various angles. There are chapters on the play's relationship to the gender politics of fifth-century Athens, Medea's status as a barbarian, and the complex moral and emotional Euripides' "Medea" is one of the greatest and most influential Greek tragedies.

Duckworth companions to Greek and Roman tragedy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Blundell, M. W. 1989. Helping friends and harming enemies: A study in Sophocles and Greek ethics. The art of Euripides: dramatic technique and social context. ‘The worst husband’: discourses of praise and blame in Euripides’ Medea. Classical Philology 94 (4): 373–94.

A COMPANION TO PHAEDRA R. Mayer: Seneca : Phaedra (Duckworth Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy). Euripides : Medea (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics. Pp. 142. London: Duckworth, 2002. Ajax J. Hesk: Sophocles: Ajax. X + 431. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. ISBN: 0-521-64386-4 (0-521-64365-1 Hbk).

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The Blackwell Companion to Greek Tragedy provides readers with a fundamental grounding in Greek tragedy .

The Blackwell Companion to Greek Tragedy provides readers with a fundamental grounding in Greek tragedy, and also introduces them to the various methodologies and the lively critical dialogue that characterize the study of Greek tragedy today. List of Illustrations x.

Euripides' Medea is one of the greatest and most influential Greek tragedies. William Allan is Assistant Professor of Classics at Harvard University. Country of Publication.

Euripides' "Medea" is one of the greatest and most influential Greek tragedies. This book outlines the development of the Medea myth before Euripides and explores his uniquely powerful version from various angles. There are chapters on the play's relationship to the gender politics of fifth-century Athens, Medea's status as a barbarian, and the complex moral and emotional impact of her revenge. Particular attention is paid to the tragic effect of Medea's great monologue and the significance of her role as a divine avenger. The book ends by considering the varied and fascinating reception of Euripides' play from antiquity to the present day.