THE TRAGIC CHORUS IN ANCIENT TIMES AND NOWADAYS: ITS ROLE AND STAGING

@article{Marii2016THETC,
  title={THE TRAGIC CHORUS IN ANCIENT TIMES AND NOWADAYS: ITS ROLE AND STAGING},
  author={Gordan Mari{\vc}i{\'c} and Marija Milanovic},
  journal={ISTRAŽIVANJA, Јournal of Historical Researches},
  year={2016},
  pages={58-68}
}
In this paper we shall try to clarify the role of the chorus in the origin and development of the ancient tragedy. We can rightly say that it represents the pinnacle of intellectual and artistic expression of the Greek civilization. We will point out historical circumstances and facts related to the existence of the chorus; the place the chorus has in Greek society and on the stage as well as its characteristics will also be discussed. In the second part of this paper, possibilities of reviving… 
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