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Euripides' "Alcestis"
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This volume is an accessible yet in-depth narratological study of Euripides’ Alcestis - the earliest extant play of Euripides and one of the most experimental masterpieces of Greek tragedy, not only standing in place of a satyr-play but also preserving at least some of its typical features. Commencing from the widely-held view, so lamentably ignored within the domain of Classics, that a narratology of drama should be predicated upon the notion of narrative as verbal, as well as visual, rendition of a story, this unique volume contextualizes the play in terms of its reception by the original audience, locating the intricate narrative tropes of the plot in the dynamics of fifth-century Athenian mythology and religion.

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El laberinto en llamas / The Burning Maze
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Antes era el glorioso dios Apolo. Ahora es Lester, un simple mortal. No te pierdas la última parte de la saga más espectacular de Rick Riordan: #LasPruebasDeApolo. Con la ayuda de algunos amigos semidioses, Lester ha conseguido sobrevivir a las dos primeras pruebas: una en el Campamento Mestizo y la otra en Indianápolis, donde Meg recibió la profecía oscura. Las palabras que pronunció sentada en el Trono de la Memoria revelaron que un dream team de tres emperadores romanos supervillanos planea atacar el Campamento Júpiter. Mientras Leo vuela a toda velocidad para alertar a los miembros del Campamento del peligro inminente , Lester y Meg deberán cruzar el Laberinto para encontrar al tercer emperador (y a un Oráculo que habla con juegos de palabras) en algún punto de suroeste de América. Por suerte, había un verso en la profecía que les da un poco de esperanza: Solo el guía ungulado sabe cómo no perderse. Está claro que van a tener un sátiro que les acompañe y Meg sabe exactamente a quién tiene que pedir este favor. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Formerly the glorious god Apollo, he is now just Lester, a mere mortal. Don't miss the last part of Rick Riordan's most spectacular saga: The Trials of Apollo. With the help of some demigods, Lester has managed to survive the first two trials: e at Camp Half-Blood, and one in Indianapolis, where Meg received the Dark Prophecy. The words she uttered while seated on the Throne of Memory revealed that an evil dream team of Roman emperors plans to attack Camp Jupiter. While Leo flies ahead on Festus to warn the Roman camp, Lester and Meg must go through the Labyrinth to find the third emperor-and an Oracle who speaks in word puzzles-somewhere in the American Southwest. There is one glimmer of hope in the gloom-filled prophecy: The cloven guide alone the way does know. They will have a satyr companion, and Meg knows just who to call upon…

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Euripides' 'Alcestis'
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This volume is an accessible yet in-depth narratological study of Euripides' Alcestis - the earliest extant play of Euripides and one of the most experimental masterpieces of Greek tragedy, not only standing in place of a satyr-play but also preserving at least some of its typical features. Commencing from the widely-held view, so lamentably ignored within the domain of Classics, that a narratology of drama should be predicated upon the notion of narrative as verbal, as well as visual, rendition of a story, this unique volume contextualizes the play in terms of its reception by the original audience, locating the intricate narrative tropes of the plot in the dynamics of fifth-century Athenian mythology and religion.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Euripides' 'Alcestis'
89,95 € *
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This volume is an accessible yet in-depth narratological study of Euripides' Alcestis - the earliest extant play of Euripides and one of the most experimental masterpieces of Greek tragedy, not only standing in place of a satyr-play but also preserving at least some of its typical features. Commencing from the widely-held view, so lamentably ignored within the domain of Classics, that a narratology of drama should be predicated upon the notion of narrative as verbal, as well as visual, rendition of a story, this unique volume contextualizes the play in terms of its reception by the original audience, locating the intricate narrative tropes of the plot in the dynamics of fifth-century Athenian mythology and religion.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 07.06.2020
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