Vol 6: Medea

Vol 6: Medea

£6.00

A transcript of lectures associated with aod’s autumn 1996 production of Medea, in an A4 ring-binder format.


Contributors

Chris Carey - The Family in Euripides’ Medea
Jasper Griffin - Murder in the Family: Medea and Others
Lorna Hardwick - Medea: a Mystery of Family Values
Robert Parker - Medea: Barbarian, Woman, Infanticide
Helen Morales - Women Who Kill
Richard Seaford - Female Revenge in Greek Tragedy
Jennifer March - Euripides and a Mother’s Grief
Richard Jenkyns - Medea and the Divided Mind
Katerina Zacharia - Reversed Heroism and Heroic Perversion in Medea
Richard Janko - Medea and the Manipulation of Sympathy
Pat Easterling - The Meanings of Medea
David Raeburn - Medea, or Men Beware Women
Gordon Cockburn - In Defence of Jason

 

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