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Paratragedy in Plato's Gorgias

@inproceedings{Trivigno2009ParatragedyIP,
  title={Paratragedy in Plato's Gorgias},
  author={Franco V. Trivigno},
  year={2009}
}
recent scholarship on Plato’s Gorgias has focused on three distinct axes of interpretation: first, the intractability of Callicles as an interlocutor and the limits of Socratic dialectic;2 second, the function and meaning of the eschatological myth with which the dialogue ends;3 and third, the dialogue’s relationship to tragedy and, in particular, to Euripides’ Antiope, which is quoted and referenced at length.4 Though these three issues are seldom treated 
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