Die Frauenrollen bei Euripides. Untersuchungen zu "Alkestis", "Medeia", "Hekabe", "Erechtheus", "Elektra", "Troades" und "Iphigeneia in Aulis". Published 1993 by M & P in Stuttgart.
Die Frauenrollen bei Euripides. Women and literature, Characters, Women in literature, Mythology, Greek, in literature, Tragedy, Women.
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Antike Antiquitäten n Drama Euripides Rezeption Schrift Schriften. Bibliographic information.
Chapters Table of contents (6 chapters). Antike Antiquitäten n Drama Euripides Rezeption Schrift Schriften.
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I left "Dungeon" untranslated because AnyVince also left it untranslated, and I assume german roleplayers in general are used to use that term. Finally, "Paranoia" IS "Verfolgungswahn", so we agree on that translation ;) This signature is boring. The stuff I write might not be.
Harder, Ruth E. 1993. Die Frauenrollen bei Euripides. 1 I refer to the following works by author's name alone: England, . The Iphigenia at Aulis of Euripides (London, 1891); Page, . Actors' Interpolations in Greek Tragedy (Oxford, 1934); Ed. Fraenkel,, ‘Ein Motiv aus Euripides in einer Szene der neuen Komödie’, Studi in onore di . Paoli (Firenze, 1955), pp. 293–304 ( Kleine Beiträge zur klassischen Philologie (Rome, 1964) i. 487–502).
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The drama was the heart of an annual solemn religious festival, and the . Sophocles, with all Athens, put on mourning for him. The Iphigeneia in Aulis, perhaps the Iphigeneia in Tauris, and the Bacchæ were represented shortly after his death.
The drama was the heart of an annual solemn religious festival, and the stage (200 to 300 feet long) was, when the action of the piece justified their introduction, the scene of the grouping and movement of splendid pageants and processions, in which armies of supernumeraries formed a magnificent setting for the tragic interest of dialogue and od.