Women on the Edge

Un libro in lingua di Euripides Gamel Mary-Kay (TRN) Rabinowitz Nancy Sorkin (TRN) Zweig Bella (TRN) Ruby Blondell edito da Taylor & Francis, 1999

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Presents new translations of Euripides' Alcestis , Medea , Helen , and Iphigenia at Aulis , by feminist women critics who use their renderings to reevaluate the classical dramas' attitudes toward women and issues of gender. Introductory chapters describe Athens' place in Greek culture, the cultural role of Athenian tragedy, women in Athens, and the life and posthumous canonization of the playwright. Each play also features an individual introduction by its translator. Recommended for classes on women in antiquity or in classical drama, and for anyone desiring a new approach to some well- travelled plays. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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