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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/Chatzigiannis, Christos /Moles, Francesco/Reinke, Antonia Maria/Rodighiero, Andrea/Schomber, Saskia
Erscheinungsjahr: 2022
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 Introduction: Rhetoric and Speech Acts as Dramatic Devices
Caratteri e Convenzioni Retorico-formali nella Tragedia Attica
(Andrea Rodighiero)
II Rhetoric and Stage Action in the Electra Tragedies
The Rhetoric of Bodies. Persuasion and Stage Action in Aeschylus’ Agamemnon and
Euripides’ Electra
(Saskia Schomber)
Dynamics of Myth and Space in the »Electra Tragedies« of Aeschylus and Euripides
(Martin M. Bauer)
III Rhetoric and Mythopoiesis in Euripides’ Medea
Acting through Words. Euripides’ Medea as Seductress
(Ronald Blankenborg)
The Medea Myth in Euripides. Mythical Innovation and Metapoetry
(Vanessa Zetzmann)
Euripides’ »Selective Amnesia« in Mythical Paradigms
(Sabrina Mancuso)
IV Rhetorical Characterization and Storytelling in Greek Tragedy
Shaping Characters through Rhetoric. Andromache vs Helen in Euripides’ Trojan Women
(Francesco Moles)
The Rhetoric of the Maternal Breast in Greek Tragedy
(Antonia Reinke)
V Epilogue: Tragic Rhetoric and Literary Criticism
The Tragic Myth of Philoctetes in Dio Chrysostom’s Oration. Rhetorical Aspects in Literary Criticism
(Christos Chatzigiannis)

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