Greek Tragedy Sets Ancient Tragedy Into Its Original Theatrical, Political And Ritual Context And Applies Modern Critical Approaches To Understanding Why Tragedy Continues To Interest Modern Audiences An Engaging Introduction To Greek Tragedy, Its History, And Its Reception In The Contemporary World With Suggested Readings For Further Study Examines Tragedy S Relationship To Democracy, Religion, And Myth Explores Contemporary Approaches To Scholarship, Including Structuralist, Psychoanalytic, And Feminist Theory Provides A Thorough Examination Of Contemporary Performance Practices Includes Detailed Readings Of Selected Plays
Nancy S Rabinowitz is a Professor of Comparative Literature at Hamilton College.
- 231 pages
- Greek Tragedy. Blackwell Introductions to the Classical World.
- Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz
- 04 April 2019 Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz