8 edition of Vision and stagecraft in Sophocles found in the catalog.
Vision and stagecraft in Sophocles
|LC Classifications||PA4417 .S45 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||82050459|
Ruth Scodel, Sophocles David Seale, 'Oedipus the King: Blindness and Sight,' chapter 8 in Vision and Stagecraft in Sophocles Charles P. Segal, 'Oedipus Tyrannus,' chapter 7 in Tragedy and Civilization J.-P. Vernant, 'Ambiguity and Reversal: On the Enigmatic Structure of Oedipus Rex,' New Literary History 9 Books in Classical Studies published or distributed by the University of Chicago Press. Classical Studies from the University of Chicago Press. All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK
In his review of Sophocles, Vision and Stagecraft in Sophocles, David Seale makes a bold contrast in character between Ismene and Antigone. David Seale received his masters from Bishop’s University, and as part of his doctorate, which was a continuation of his thesis, he published Vision and Stagecraft in Sophocles through the University of Chicago. The testimony about Democritus and Anaxagoras tends to be implicitly accepted in books on Greek painting but treated with more reserve, if at all, in books on Greek philosophy (e.g. Guthrie, W. K. C., A history of Greek philosophy 11 () –1). A sceptic might wonder how perspective is to be reconciled with Democritus' theory of vision Cited by: 3.
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All Chicago e-books. In place of a general commentary on Sophoclean stagecraft or a close study of a particular problem in stagecraft itself, verbal texture and theatrical spectacle are linked through a study of the theme of vision.
Seale suggests that a Sophoclean drama is typically a movement from illusion to true sight. Stagecraft has been a popular topic recently in the criticism of Greek tragedy, but this book shows a new approach. In place of a general commentary on Sophoclean stagecraft or a close study of a particular problem in stagecraft itself, verbal texture and theatrical spectacle are linked through a study of the theme of : Ruth Scodel.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revision of the author's thesis (Ph. In this study, David Seale argues that Sophocles's use of stagecraft, which has thus far received little attention, was as sophisticated as that of Aeschylus or Euripides.
His discussions of the physical and visual elements of Sophocles's seven plays center around the theme of sight; he demonstrates that each play is staged to maximize the implications and effects of "seeing" and Author: Seale, David.
In this study, David Seale argues that Sophocles's use of stagecraft, which has thus far received little attention, was as sophisticated as that of Aeschylus or Euripides. His discussions of the physical and visual elements of Sophocles's seven plays center around the theme of sight.
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Jouanna Jacques. Seale (D.), Vision and Stagecraft in Sophocles. In: Revue des Études Grecques, t fasciculeJanvier-juin pp. Author: Jouanna Jacques. For Sophocles to emerge as the most popular playwright among his contemporaries — the older Aeschylus and the younger Euripides — attests to his genius for moving audiences with powerful poetry and stagecraft.
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VISION AND STAGECRAFT IN SOPHOCLES. By DAVID SEALE. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. London: Croom Helm Ltd. THIS BOOK DEVELOPED from a London doctorate supervised by R. Winnington-Ingram. So it is something of an irony that its appearance has been inevitably overshadowed by Winnington-Ingram's own Sophocles book.
About the Author. David Seale is the longest serving member of the university faculty at Bishop’s University, Quebec, where he is a professor of classical studies. Rob Hengeveld. Sophocles. Translated by David A. Scrase; The lost Sophocles / Dana F.
Sutton; Five men, five centuries: essays on Solon, Sophocles, Dion, Cydias and Diaios / Panayotis Kanellopoulos; Antigone / by Sophocles ; adapted by Jane Montgomery Griffiths; Vision and stagecraft in Sophocles / David Seale. 图书频道提供Sophocles的作品所有图书列表,包括Sophocles的书、Sophocles代表作、Sophocles文集全集、作品、小说、散文、教材、考试资料等畅销书的在线购买。.
The visual effect of the staging of Aeschylus' plays was an essential part of their impact. And yet all that survives today are the scripts. Imagination, helped by anachronistic sources, has played the chief role for those dealing with the dramaturgy of Aeschylus' works, and the result hasusually been stages crowded with extras and this book, the author approaches the.
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Sophocles I contains the plays “Antigone,” translated by Elizabeth Wyckoff; “Oedipus the King,” translated by David Grene; and “Oedipus at Colonus,” translated by Robert Fitzgerald. Sixty years ago, the University of Chicago Press undertook a momentous project: a new translation of the Greek tragedies that would be the ultimate resource for teachers, Brand: University of Chicago Press.
The evidence for the earlier Hippolytus, as for the Phaedra of Sophocles, is collected by Barrett, W.S. in his edition of Hippolytus (Oxford ), 10ff.
The nature of the relationship between the two lost plays, and aspects of form and content, are discussed in two forthcoming studies for Eranos by Graham Ley. 48 D. Seale, Vision and Stagecraft in Sophocles (London, ), discusses the visual dimension of Sophoclean tragedy.
49 For an appreciation of Kitto’s life and work see N. G. L. Hammond’s memoir in Proceedings of the British Academy, lxi (), –This book examines the lyrical voice of Sophocles' heroes and argues that their identities are grounded in poetic identity and power.
It begins by looking at how voice can be distinguished in Greek tragedy and by exploring ways that the language of tragedy was influenced by other kinds of poetry in late fifth-century Athens.Books in Literature and Literary Criticism: Classical Languages published or distributed by the University of Chicago Press.