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Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1998. VI,255p. Paperback. Spine with light reading trace. ?Stevens disagrees with those scholars who take the conflict between Andromache and Hermione as the central theme; sometimes Euripides gives disproportionate emphasis to ?other interests?, the main theme thus becoming less clear. S. is skeptical about a preoccupation of the poet with topical allusions; he warns against attaching too much va,ue to contemporary historical facts (as does Kitto, in the author?s opinion). The play is not to be taken as fundamentally an attack on Spartan mentality and politics; the anti-Spartan utterances (445 ff.) and the representation of Menelaus are appropriate to the dramatic context. (?) The Introduction further includes a concise history of Euripidean manuscript tradition. Doubt is cast on the value of a detailed classification of the MSS. in view of widespread contamination (underestimates, in the author?s opinion, by Turyn).? (J. HANGARD in Mnemosyne, 1976, pp.84-85). Antiquarian. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 44536
Über den Autor: Euripides (c. 480-406 B.C.E.) was the last of the three great tragedians of classical Athens.
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