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EL HIMNO A HADES Y OTRAS DIVINIDADES INFERNALES EN EDIPO EN COLONO (1556-1578): UNA LECTURA

@article{Larrosa2011ELHA,
  title={EL HIMNO A HADES Y OTRAS DIVINIDADES INFERNALES EN EDIPO EN COLONO (1556-1578): UNA LECTURA},
  author={Marina Larrosa},
  journal={Argos},
  year={2011},
  volume={34},
  pages={75-88}
}
Se ofrece aqui una lectura de los versos 1556-1578 de la obra de Sofocles Edipo en Colono, los cuales corresponden al himno a las divinidades infernales que el coro eleva para pedir una eutanasia para Edipo. Esta lectura incluye el analisis del himno a partir de la estructura estandar de este eidos, algunas propuestas para resolver la identificacion de los dioses implicados, la interpretacion de la invocacion final a Tanatos como representacion simbolica de la muerte del heroe y una explicacion… 

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