Greek Tragedy Notes
Comprehensive notes on a range of topics relating to Greek tragedy, focusing on three main texts (the Agamemnon, Oedipus Rex, and the Medea) but drawing examples from many other Greek tragedies too. Topics covered include: the role of the chorus, the use of time in tragedy, characterisation, language and stage-action, causation, and the relationship between the different Greek playwrights. Also included is a section of exam guidance, and synopses of many important tragedies.
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