Table of contents for Dionysalexandros : essays on Aeschylus and his fellow tragedians in honour of Alexander F. Garvie / editors, Douglas Cairns and Vayos Liapis ; contributors: Jean Bollack ...[et al.]

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Acknowledgements                                                  vii
Introduction  Douglas Cairns and VayosLiapis                      ix
A.F. Garvie: List of publications                                 xv
1. Aeschylus' Persai - the entry of tragedy into the celebration
culture of the 470s?                                            1
Oliver Taplin (Magdalen College, Oxford)
2. AloaOXog rEya,oq(cpv6taTog                                     11
A.J Podlecki (University of British Columbia)
3. King and Demos in Aeschylus                                    31
Martin West (All Souls College, Oxford)
4. Nineteen notes on Aeschylus, Agamemnon                         41
Sir Hugh Lloyd-Jones (Christ Church, Oxford)
5. Tragic persons in pieces, in fragments at first, and lastly
in Choephori 211                                               49
Christopher Collard (The Queen's College, Oxford)
6. Some remarks on methods of critics and editors of Aeschylus
from the 17th to the 19th century                              63
Vittorio Citti (Universita degli Studi di Trento)
7. Prometheus Bound: drama and enactment                          79
Jean Bollack (Universit6 de Lille III)
8. Vaticinium post eventum and the position of the Supplices
in the Danaid Trilogy                                          91
Martin Hose (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitdt, Munich)
9. Virtue and vicissitude: the paradoxes of the Ajax          99
Douglas Cairns (University of Edinburgh)
10. The death of Oedipus and what happened next               133
PE. Easterling (Newnham College, Cambridge)
11. Stars and heroines in Euripides' Helen (Helen 375-85)     151
DavidB. Robinson (University of Edinburgh)
12. An instance of Euripidean 'modernism': Orestes 1-3        173
PierreJudet de La Combe (Universit6 de Lille III)
13. The opening of Euripides' Archelaus                       185
Scott Scullion (Worcester College, Oxford)
14. Ghosts, wand'ring here and there: Orestes the revenant in Athens  201
Vayos Liapis (Universitd de Montr6al)
15. Rape and consent in Athenian tragedy                      233
Alan H. Sommerstein (University of Nottingham)
16. The 'social function' of tragedy: clarifications and questions  253
Malcolm Heath (University of Leeds)
17. Tragedy as treatment: medical analogies in Aristotle's Poetics  283
Elizabeth Craik (University of St Andrews)

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Aeschylus Criticism and interpretation, Greek drama (Tragedy) History and criticism, Garvie, A, F