Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Greek tragedy / edited by P.E. Easterling.


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Counter
List of illustrations
List of contributors
Preface
Plan of the city of Athens
Part I. Tragedy as an Institution: The Historical Context: 1. 'Deep plays': theatre as process in Greek civic life Paul Cartledge
2. A show for Dionysus P. E. Easterling
3. The audience of Athenian tragedy Simon Goldhill
4. The pictorial record Oliver Taplin
Part II. The Plays: 5. The sociology of Athenian tragedy Edith Hall
6. The language of tragedy: rhetoric and communication Simon Goldhill
7. Form and performance P. E. Easterling
8. Myth into mythos: the shaping of tragic plots Peter Burian
Part III. Reception: 9. From repertoire to canon P. E. Easterling
10. Tragedy adapted for stages and screens: the Renaissance to the present Peter Burian
11. Tragedy in performance: nineteenth- and twentieth-century productions Fiona Macintosh
12. Modern critical approaches Simon Goldhill
Glossary
Chronology
Texts, commentaries and translations
Works cited
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Greek drama (Tragedy) History and criticism, Mythology, Greek, in literature, Theater Greece History