La estructura del Orestes de Eurípides y el enigmático relato del frigio

@inproceedings{Reguero2011LaED,
  title={La estructura del Orestes de Eur{\'i}pides y el enigm{\'a}tico relato del frigio},
  author={M. Carmen Encinas Reguero},
  year={2011}
}
Euripides divides Orestes in two parts around the mechanema , in such a way that the second one implies a reinterpretation of the first one. To this structure it is superimposed a chronological inverse sequence, which implies at the same time a reelaboration, also inversed, of Aeschylus’ Oresteia . In that reelaboration the scene with the phrygian has a essential and not always understood role. The comparison of this scene with that one, in which Cassandra in Aeschylus’ Agammenon plays the… 
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