3 edition of Trachiniae found in the catalog.
January 1, 1920
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
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Also translated as Trachiniae or Trachinian Women, the play is commonly supposed to have been written and performed during Sophocles's early period, between approximately and b.c.e. The work has long startled audiences because of its unsympathetic portrayal of the mighty son of Zeus, Heracles, known as Hercules in ancient Rome and often. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: "Sophocles' Women of Trachis deals with issues such as the roles of the genders within the institution of marriage, society's regulation of sex and procreation, the conflict between individual motivation and public perception, and the central tragic theme of the limits of human knowledge.
The Athenian democracy of the 5th century B.C. created the most important political theatre of western culture. Sophocles, the most successful tragic playwright of the age, was a radical innovator who produced his tragedies to present to his audience complex moral, social, and political issues of a kind that they might be faced with in their various legal and political assemblies. The Trachinian Maidens' (also 'Women of Trachis' or 'The Trachiniae') is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles, in which Deianeira, the wife of Heracles, is distraught over her husband's neglect of her family. Unable to cope with the thought of losing him, she decides to use a love charm on him, a magic potion that will win him ed on: Aug
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The introduction is very helpful, as Trachiniae is not the most obvious of tragedies from an interpretive point of view. Then the greatest part of the book, in size, is the Commentary: Everything you need to know about each passage, phrase and by: 3.
The introduction is very helpful, as Trachiniae is not the most obvious of tragedies from an interpretive point of view. Then the greatest part Trachiniae book the book, in size, is the Commentary: Everything you need to know about each passage, phrase and word.5/5(2).
Sophocles' Trachiniae is, in the editor's words, 'a subtle and sophisticated play about primitive emotions'. It is also a play which presents problems to a modern audience. The Trachiniae, or Women Trachiniae book Trachis, is one of the plays which takes its name from the chorus, like the Trojan Women or the Suppliant Women.
But whereas those names give some idea of the subject of the play, the title Women of Trachis suggests nothing. Gilbert Muarray's edition is /5. Women of Trachis is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles. Women of Trachis is generally considered to be less developed than Sophocles' other works, and its dating has been a subject of disagreement am The Trachiniae - Read book online Read online: Women of Trachis.
“The Trachiniae” (Gr: “Trachiniai”, also known as “The Trachinian Women”, “The Women of Trachis” or “The Maidens of Trachis”) is a tragedy by the ancient Greek playwright Sophocles.
It was probably written and performed during Sophocles ‘ early period, between about and BCE. The story begins with Deianeira, the wife of Heracles, relating the story of her early life and her plight adjusting to married life. She is now distraught over her husband's neglect of her family.
Jealousy and suicide, love and passion, grief and intrigue, honor and deceit are the order of the day in four of Sophocles's great tragedies. The Penn Greek Drama Series presents original literary translations of classical Greek drama. The aim of the series is to make both the works and their interpretations accessible to the reading public.
Women of Trachis is a Greek tragedy written by the ancient Greek playwright Sophocles. Its date is unknown and a subject of debate among scholars. It might have been written early in his career, around BCE because it seems to be less well-developed than his later work.
Sophocles, Trachiniae [Book Review] W. Klostermann. Mnemosyne 41 () () Abstract This article has no associated abstract. (fix it) Keywords No keywords specified (fix it) Categories No categories specified (categorize this paper) ISBN(s) DOI /X The Trachiniae (also known as "The Trachinian Women") is a tragedy by the ancient Greek playwright Sophocles.
The title refers to the Chorus (onlookers and commentators on the action) rather than to the chief protagonists, who are the Greek hero Heracles and his jealous wife, Deianeira.
Free Download (below donate buttons). This book is, in the editor's words, 'a subtle and sophisticated play about primitive emotions'. Making full use of recent Sphoclean scholarship, Mrs Easterling attempts in her Introduction a detailed literary analysis of Trachiniae, helping the reader to understand better its intricate structure, the treatment of Deianira and Heracles, and the.
Expand/Collapse Synopsis Women of Trachis is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles. Women of Trachis is generally considered to be less developed than Sophocles' other works, and its dating has been a subject of disagreement among critics and scholars.
These few facts are about all Brand: Laurus Book Society. Trachiniae by Sophocles, unknown edition, We redesigned our Book Pages — can you share feedback?Pages: Sophocles was one of the three ancient Greek tragedians whose plays have survived.
Sophocles wrote over plays but only 7 have survived including the famous Oedipus trilogy. This edition of Th. A scholarly edition of Trachiniae by Sophocles.
The edition presents an authoritative text, together with an introduction, commentary notes, and scholarly apparatus. Sophocles, one of three ancient Greek tragedians (C.) This ebook presents «Trachiniae», from Sophocles.
A dynamic table of contents Brand: The Perfect Library. End of Sophocles’ “Women of Trachis” Note: Readers might wish to also read Seneca’s “Heracles Oetaeus” Translated by F.J. Miller and Seneca’s “Heracles Furens” also Translated by F.J. Miller. The Trachiniae is one of those seven surviving plays.
The Trachiniae, which is also known as, Women of Trachis is generally considered to be less developed than Sophocles' other ancient & classical works, and its dating has been a subject of disagreement among scholars and : CreateSpace Publishing.
Main text is a facsimile reprint of Jebb's edition of Trachiniae, originally published by Cambridge University Press.
Description: 48, lxviii, pages ; 22 cm. Series Title: Sophocles: plays; BCP classic commentaries on Latin and Greek texts. Other Titles: Trachiniae. Responsibility. The Trachiniae. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Univ.
Press. E-mail Citation» Classic commentary on the play; inevitably out of date in all kinds of ways, but the editor’s good sense and style ensure that his book remains essential. Reprinted as R. C. Jebb, Sophocles. Plays. Trachiniae.Trachinian Women, drama of domestic tragedy by Sophocles, performed sometime after bce.
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