Brill’s Companion to Sophocles

  title={Brill’s Companion to Sophocles},
  author={Saravia de Grossi and Martha In{\'e}s},
Awry Crowns: Queenship and Its Discontents
Towards the midpoint of Sophocles’ Electra, the Paedagogus uses a speech of eightyfour lines to convince Clytemnestra and Electra that Orestes has met his death while competing in the chariot race at
Exclusion in Sophocles
La critique comparative et le corpus tragique grec
Abstract:The ubiquitous agonistic attitude in Greek culture left its mark on the formation of ancient literary canons. It is possible to account for the content of an ancient selection of Greek
Playing the Tyrant: The Representation of Tyranny in Fifth-Century Athenian Tragedy
Playing the Tyrant: The Representation of Tyranny in Fifth-Century Athenian Tragedy
Abubillas, cucos y aves rapaces: la autoría de Sófocles, Fr. 581 R. (= Arist., HA 633a 17-28) (Tereo)
Some mythographical and ornithological details in S., Fr . 581 R. (Tereus’ metamorphosis into both a hoopoe and a hawk; Itys’ transformation into a raptor), preserved by Aristotle, HA 633a17-28, are
Late Sophocles: The Hero’s Evolution in Electra, Philoctetes, and Oedipus at Colonus
Only a few plays by Sophocles one of the great tragic playwrights from Classical Athens have survived, and each of them dramatizes events from the rich store of myths that framed literature and art.
  • Art
  • 2015
Rebecca LämmLe’S book offeRS a comprehensive survey of satyr drama, both of the surviving fragments and the only extant play, Cyclops, while also encompassing ad hoc discussions of specific passages,
  • New Surveys in the Classics
  • 2014
  • The Classical Review
  • 2014