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Myth and Rhetoric – Mythos und Rhetorik

Novel Approaches to Greek Tragedy

Autor/Hrsg.: Mancuso, Sabrina/Zetzmann, Vanessa/Bauer, Martin M./Blankenborg, Ronald/Catrambone, Marco/Johnston, Alexandre/Moles, Francesco/Rodighiero, Andrea/Schomber, Saskia
Erscheinungsjahr: 2021
ISBN: 978-3-8469-0340-7
Reihe: Vertumnus. Berliner Beiträge zur Klassischen Philologie und zu ihren Nachbargebieten, Band: 13
Seiten: ca. 206
Ausstattung: Harcover, mit 2 Tabellen

Aus dem Inhalt:

I. Myth-Acting: Rhetoric an Speech Acts as Dramatic Devices
Nothing but rhetoric? Rhetoric, pragmatics and myth-making in the agon of Euripides’ Alcestic
(Gunther Martin)
Acting through words: Euripides’ »Medea« as seductress
(Ronald Blankenborg)
Twisted Words in Sophocles
(Alexandre Johnston)
 
II. Mythical Language: Tragic Authors an their Rhetorical Repertoire
Character and rhetorical Conventions in Attic Tragedy
(Andrea Rodighiero)
Andromache and Helen’s rheseis in the »Trojan Women«: Rhetoric, Intertextuality and Intratextuality
(Francesco Moles)
Rhetoric of bodies. A comparison of carriage scenes in Aeschylus’ »Agamemnon« and Euripides’ »Electra«
(Saskia Schomber)
Politeness, Rhetoric and Myth in the Agon of Sophocles’ »Electra«
(Marco Catrambone)

III. Mythical Intertextuality and Mythopoiesis
Euripides’ selective amnesia in mythical paradigms
(Sabrina Mancuso)
Dynamics of Myth and Space in the »Electra tragedies« of Aeschylus and Euripides
(Martin M. Bauer)
The Medea Myth in Euripides. Rhetorical Commentary an Innovation in Tragedy
(Vanessa Zetzmann)

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