Table of contents for A companion to Greek tragedy / edited by Justina Gregory.

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Contents
List of figures
Contributors
Preface
Abbreviations and Editions
Part I. Contexts
1. Fifth-Century Athenian History and Tragedy
Paula Debnar 
2. Tragedy and Religion: The Problem of Origins 
Scott Scullion 
3. Dithyramb, Comedy, and Satyr-Play
Bernd Seidensticker 
4. Tragedy's Teaching 
Neil Croally
5. Tragedy and the Early Greek Philosophical Tradition 
William Allan
6. Tragedy, Rhetoric, and Performance Culture
Christopher Pelling
7. Pictures of Tragedy?
Jocelyn Penny Small 
Part II. Elements
8. Myth
Michael J. Anderson
9. Beginnings and Endings
Deborah H. Roberts
10. Lyric
Luigi Battezzato
11. Episodes
Michael Halleran
12. Music
Peter Wilson
13. Theatrical Production
John Davidson
Part III. Approaches
14. Aeschylean Tragedy
Suzanne Saïd
15. Sophoclean Tragedy
Ruth Scodel
16. Euripidean Tragedy
Justina Gregory
17. Lost Tragedies: A Survey
Martin Cropp
18. Tragedy and Anthropology
Christiane Sourvinou-Inwood
19. Values 
Douglas Cairns
20. The Gods
Donald Mastronarde
21. Authority Figures
Mark Griffith
22. Women's Voices
Judith Mossman
23. Marginal Figures
Mary Ebbott 
Part IV. Reception
24. Text and Transmission
David Kovacs 
25. Learning from Suffering: Ancient Responses to Tragedy
Stephen Halliwell 
26. Polis and Empire: Greek Tragedy in Rome
Vassiliki Panoussi 
27. Italian Reception of Greek Tragedy
Salvatore Di Maria 
28. Nietzsche on Greek Tragedy and the Tragic
Albert Henrichs
29. Greek Tragedy and Western Perceptions of Actors and Acting
Ismene Lada-Richards
30. The Theater of Innumerable Faces 
Herman Altena 
31. Justice in Translation: Rendering Ancient Greek Tragedy
Paul Woodruff 
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Greek drama (Tragedy) -- History and criticism.