Achilles in Greek Tragedy is an excellent book which provides a very systematic, sensitive and intelligent study of. .Journal of Hellenic Studies.
Achilles in Greek Tragedy is an excellent book which provides a very systematic, sensitive and intelligent study of its subject. David Fitzpatrick, The Open University this book offers several stimulating and thought-provoking. observations about some very interesting Greek plays. In my view, its main strength is the combination of an attentive reading of the plays with an analysis of the position Achilles occupies in the mythological tradition, artistic representations, the social and cultural context of classical Athens and contemporary literary and philosophical sources. L'Antiquité Classique.
Achilles in Greek Tragedy Pantelis Michelakis Cambridge Academ 9780521038928 : This study . Dr Michelakis argues that dramatists persistently appropriated Achilles to address concerns of their time, from heroism and education to individualism and gender
Achilles in Greek Tragedy Pantelis Michelakis Cambridge Academ 9780521038928 : This study examines how one of the most popular and glamorous figures of Greek mythology was imagined on the trag. Dr Michelakis argues that dramatists persistently appropriated Achilles to address concerns of their time, from heroism and education to individualism and gender. Whether an aristocrat, a dead warrior or a young man, the tragic Achilles serves as a receptacle for competing definitions of heroism, oscillating between presence and absence, the exceptional and the paradigmatic.
Cambridge University Press, 13 Ağu 2007 - 236 sayfa. Achilles in Greek Tragedy Cambridge Classical Studies. This study examines how one of the most popular and glamorous figures of Greek mythology was imagined on the tragic stage of fifth-century Athens.
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2 Classical views in antiquity. 3 Post-classical and modern interpretations. Cambridge University Press. Achilles in Love: Intertextual Studies. Michelakis, Pantelis (2007). Achilles in Greek Tragedy. p. 51. ISBN 978-0-521-81843-8. 4 Classical tradition. The ancient sources do not report, however, what modern scholars have asserted: that Alexander and his very close friend Hephaestion were lovers. "Aeschines, Against Timarchus, section 133".
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The book considers the whole corpus of extant Greek tragedy, with particular attention paid to Aeschylus' Myrmidons and Euripides' Hecuba and Iphigenia at Aulis.
Participants: Dr. Pantelis Michelakis (University of Bristol), Dr. Fiona MacIntosh (Archive of Performances of Greek . Greek Civilization Lecture 13: Greek Tragedy and Oedipus Rex - Продолжительность: 25:35 Educari Unlimited Recommended for you. 25:35. Fiona MacIntosh (Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama, Oxford), Dr. Rosa Andújar (UCL) and Prof. Miriam Leonard (UCL).
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