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Exchanging Glances: Vision and Representation in Aeschylus' Agamemnon
Drama and the plastic arts are different manifestations of the mimetic impulse, each in its own way bringing about a form of visual pleasure. (1) It seems obvious that ancient Greek theatre and vaseExpand
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Choral Voice and Narrative in the First Stasimon of Aeschylus "Agamemnon"
WHOSE VOICE DO WE HEAR in a choral ode? For many it is the "voice of the poet," and if we define the poet as the speaker of truth and ultimate narrative authority, we can indeed hear the chorusExpand
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Sophocles' Antigone and the Democratic Voice
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Citing the Law in Sophocles's Antigone
The citizens of fifth century BCE Athens who wrote, produced, performed, watched, and judged Greek tragedy accepted certain anachronisms in the depiction of a mythological past that focused on theExpand
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The Catabasis of Mattie Ross in the Coens' True Grit
This paper argues that the Coen Brothers' 2010 version of True Grit makes innovations to the original novel by Charles Por- tis that evoke the Greek myth of the descent to the underworld, orExpand
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