By Betine van Zyl Smit
A guide to the Reception of Greek Drama bargains a chain of unique essays that characterize a complete evaluation of the worldwide reception of historic Greek tragedies and comedies from antiquity to the current day.
- Represents the 1st quantity to supply an entire review of the reception of old drama from antiquity to the present
- Covers the interpretation, transmission, functionality, creation, and edition of Greek tragedy from the time the performs have been first created in historical Athens during the twenty first century
- Features overviews of the heritage of the reception of Greek drama in such a lot nations of the world
- Includes chapters protecting the reception of Greek drama in smooth opera and film
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This substantial chunk is a major, even if not the biggest, part of the text we have of this fragmentary play. On the play, see most recently Collard and Cropp (2008: 362–401) (with references to earlier scholarly discussions). The parallels between court and theater are discussed by Hall (1995; 2006). On this practice, see Wilson (1996: 312), n. 10. Zeitlin (1990). Fr. 90–97 K. On the Eteobutadai, see Parker (1996: 290–293). For a more detailed exploration of this topic, see Revermann (1999/2000).