6 edition of Lost Dramas of Classical Athens found in the catalog.
by University of Exeter Press
|Contributions||Fiona McHardy (Editor), James Robson (Editor), David Harvey (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
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Lost Dramas of Classical Athens Book Description: This is the first substantial study of Greek tragedies known to us only from small fragmentary remnants that have survived. The Hardcover of the Lost Dramas of Classical Athens: Greek Tragic Fragments (Classical Studies and Ancient History) by David Harvey at Barnes & Noble.5/5(1).
Lost Dramas of Classical Athens Greek Tragic Fragments edited by Fiona McHardy, James Robson, and David Harvey. Liverpool University Press. This is the first substantial study of Greek tragedies known to us only from small fragmentary remnants that have survived.
Lost Dramas of Classical Athens: Greek Tragic Fragments Fiona McHardy, James Robson, and David Harvey Abstract. Nov 01, · Free Online Library: Lost dramas of classical Athens; Greek tragic fragments.(Brief Article, Book Review) by "Reference & Research Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Books Book reviews.
图书Lost Dramas of Classical Athens 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. Papyrus finds over the last hundred years have drastically altered and supplemented our knowledge of ancient Greek tragedy; the book is at the cutting-edge of research in this field.
Show Summary Details Preview. This chapter traces the history of scholarship on fragments in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It begins by surveying the major collections of fragments from the nineteenth century before discussing the work of perhaps the most influential scholar in.
Chapter. From Treacherous Wives To Murderous Mothers Fiona Mchardy. in Lost Dramas of Classical Athens Published by Liverpool University Press. Jun 10, · Buy Lost Dramas Of Classical Athens: Greek Tragic Fragments by Fiona McHardy|James Robson|David Harvey (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Jan 01, · “Lost Dramas of Classical Athens. Greek Tragic Fragments.” ANTIQUITE CLASSIQUE – Print. APA. De Temmerman, Koen. Lost Dramas of Classical Athens.
Greek Tragic Fragments. (Book Review) Publication status published In ANTIQUITE CLASSIQUE Antiq. class. ISSN Volume 76 Pages pagesAuthor: Koen De Temmerman. Oct 06, · Lost Dramas of Classical Athens: Greek Tragic Fragments Hardcover – Oct 6 by Fiona McHardy (Editor), James Robson (Editor), David Harvey (Editor) & 0 moreFormat: Hardcover.
The book discusses a variety of Greek tragic fragments from all three of the famous Athenian tragedians: Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides. The recent publication of translations of some of these fragments (Sophocles in the Loeb series, and Euripides in the Aris and Phillips series) means that the fragments are now more readily available than ever for study.
Sep 12, · The Lost Plays of Greek Tragedy (Volume 2): Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides by Matthew Wright Paperback $ Only 1 left in stock (more 5/5(2). Get this from a library.
Lost dramas of classical Athens: Greek tragic fragments. [Fiona McHardy; James Robson; David Harvey;] -- "Papyrus finds over the last hundred years have drastically altered and supplemented our knowledge of ancient Greek tragedy. The large body of Greek tragic fragments now known to us gives access to.
THE LOST PLAYS OF GREEK TRAGEDY: Volume 1: Neglected Authors. Posted on 08 February but it hardly seems likely that many of the readers of this book will be unable to read Bibliography. Recommended—especially if read in conjunction with the excellent chapters 1 and 2 of Lost Dramas of Classical Athens, edited by McHardy.
Most of his plays were written for the annual Athenian drama competition, the City Dionysia, which Aeschylus won thirteen times. At this festival, three chosen dramatists would perform three tragedies and a satyr play.
The Oresteia is the only complete Greek tragic trilogy extant today. Mar 11, · Numerous books have been written about Greek tragedy, but almost all of them are concerned with the 32 plays that still survive.
This book, by contrast, concentrates on the plays that no longer exist. Hundreds of tragedies were performed in Athens and further afield during the classical period, and even though nearly all are lost, a certain amount is known about them through fragments.
Get this from a library. Lost dramas of classical Athens: Greek tragic fragments. [Fiona McHardy; J E Robson; David Harvey;] -- Discussing the work of Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides, this title examines the genre and the society that it produced such works.
Lost Dramas of Classical Athens: Greek Tragic Fragments by Fiona McHardy (Editor), James Robson (Editor), David Harvey (Editor) starting at $ Lost Dramas of Classical Athens: Greek Tragic Fragments has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.Lost Dramas of Classical Athens, edited by Fiona McHardy, James Robson, David Harvey (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, ) Because these are collections of essays by different scholars, many of the topics are specialized, but the first two chapters of Lost Dramas (by Rudolph Kassel and David Harvey respectively) very usefully survey the history of the reception of fragments.This chapter examines connections between ancient philosophy and Greek tragic fragments.
First, it considers how tragic fragments are typically cited and used by ancient thinkers in ethical philosophy.
Second, it discusses an ancient debate about passion and self-division preserved in Galen. Although the key text in this debate is a surviving play (Euripides Medea), ancient philosophers also.