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Dionysus since 69: Greek Tragedy at the Dawn of the Third Millennium 2005 book

Dionysus since 69: Greek Tragedy at the Dawn of the Third Millennium

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Dionysus since 69: Greek Tragedy at the Dawn of the Third Millennium

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ISBN : 0199281319, 9780199259144 
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publish year: 2005 
pages: 501 
language: English 
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Table Of Contents

Contents......Page 8
List of Illustrations......Page 10
List of Contributors......Page 14
Lectures at the Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama 1997–2002......Page 18
Note on Nomenclature, Spelling, and Texts......Page 20
1. Introduction: Why Greek Tragedy in the Late Twentieth Century?......Page 22
SECTION I: Dionysus and the Sex War......Page 68
2. Dionysus in 69......Page 70
3. Bad Women: Gender Politics in Late Twentieth-Century Performance and Revision of Greek Tragedy......Page 98
4. Heracles as Dr Strangelove and GI Joe: Male Heroism Deconstructed......Page 134
SECTION II: Dionysus in Politics......Page 164
5. Sophocles’ Philoctetes, Seamus Heaney’s, and Some Other Recent Half-Rhymes......Page 166
6. Aeschylus, Race, Class, and War in the 1990s......Page 190
7. Greek Tragedy in Cinema: Theatre, Politics, History......Page 220
8. Greek Drama and Anti-Colonialism: Decolonizing Classics......Page 240
SECTION III: Dionysus and the Aesthetics of Performance......Page 264
9. The Use of Masks in Modern Performances of Greek Drama......Page 266
10. Greek Notes in Samuel Beckett’s Theatre Art......Page 286
11. Greek Tragedy in the Opera House and Concert Hall of the Late Twentieth Century......Page 306
SECTION IV: Dionysus and the Life of the Mind......Page 332
12. Oedipus in the East End: from Freud to Berkoff......Page 334
13. Thinking about the Origins of Theatre in the 1970s......Page 350
14. The Voices We Hear......Page 382
15. Details of Productions Discussed......Page 390
References......Page 440
A......Page 466
B......Page 468
C......Page 471
D......Page 474
E......Page 475
F......Page 476
G......Page 477
H......Page 478
J......Page 481
L......Page 482
M......Page 484
N......Page 486
O......Page 488
P......Page 489
R......Page 492
S......Page 493
T......Page 496
V......Page 498
W......Page 499
Y......Page 500
Z......Page 501


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