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Contributions of Aeschylus and Sophocles to Drama


contributions of Aeschylus and Sophocles to Drama

were so frightening in appearance that they caused young children to faint, patriarchs to urinate, and pregnant women to go into. Isbn a b Virginia Arlington National Cemetery: Robert. 31 Together, these plays tell the bloody story of the family of Agamemnon, King of Argos. 36 In short order, it is revealed that forty-nine of the Danaids killed their husbands as ordered; Hypermnestra, however, loved her husband Lynceus, and thus spared his life and helped him to escape. He raised the number of chorus members from twelve to fifteen and developed the use of painted scenery. University of North Carolina Press Lesky, Albin (1979). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983. Tragedy died out when the Eastern Roman Empire was Christianized in the fourth century. "Aeschylus and Sophocles: their Work and Influence".

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His family was wealthy and well established; his father, Euphorion, was a member of the Eupatridae, the ancient nobility of Attica, 11 though this might be a fiction that the ancients invented to account for the grandeur of his plays. In tragic plays of Ancient Greece, the chorus (choros) was originally made up of 12 singing and dancing members (choreutai). For More Information Adams, Sinclair. The chorus offered background and summary information to help the audience follow the performance, commented on main themes, and showed how an ideal audience might react to the drama as it was presented. 7 In 480 BC Sophocles was chosen to lead the paean (a choral chant to a god celebrating the Greek victory over the Persians at the Battle of Salamis. "Ancient Greece: From Prehistoric to Hellenistic Times". Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press; London, William Heinemann Ltd. 10 11 He won his first victory at the City Dionysia in 484 BC. This led to faster development of characters. After Alexander's death in 323, which marks the beginning of the Hellenistic era, a veritable theatrical explosion took place all over the Greek-speaking world. The first translation of the seven plays into English was by Robert Potter in 1779, using blank verse for the iambic trimeters and rhymed verse for the choruses, a convention adopted by most translators for the next century. 31 The Libation Bearers edit The Libation Bearers continues the tale, opening with Orestes's arrival at Agamemnon's tomb.


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