On Aristotle and Greek tragedy [by] John Jones.


New York, Oxford University Press, 1962.

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Subjects Aristotle.
Aristotle. Poetics.
Greek drama (Tragedy) -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.
Mythology, Greek, in literature.
Tragedy.
Description 284 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1962.
Contents Section 1. Aristotle's Poetics: New fictions for old -- Imitation and action -- Human beings -- Conspectus -- Section 2. Aeschylus: The matter of a date -- Agamemnon's murder -- The House of Atreus -- The Aeschylean norm -- Section 3. Sophocles: Sophocles's Electra: the Orestes myth rephrased -- Sophocles and the Poetics -- Men and mutability -- Ajax -- Action and actors: Antigone and Oedipus the king -- Oedipus at Colonus -- Section 4. Euripides: Euripides's Electra: a third version of the myth -- The unhoused talent -- Coda.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)307476
(OCoLC)ocm00307476
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WorldCat Identities Jones, John, 1924-
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