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Dividing the issues into three areas "Iphigenia and Orestes," "The Taurians," "Brauron and Halai" , Cropp traces Iphigenia's shadowy existence as a "fad d" goddess, and shows that Euripides' account of her cult-status i unique, being linked to the new adventures of Orestes among the Taurians. Each of the remaining sections of the Introduction engages with an important aspect of the play's original performance and subsequent history : stagecraft, the role of the Chorus, the play's date and companion plays, and its subsequent reception in antiquity with pointers to further reading on the myth's later adaptation by Goethe and Gluck.
Euripides: Iphigenia at Aulis : Christopher Collard :
Cropp prints his own text, relying for manuscript readings largely on Sansone Teubner and Diggle OCT , and gives us an apparatus in English that is much fuller than most other Aris and Phillips' editions. Quite apart from the ITs particular textual uncertainties as an alphabetic play, Cropp's ample apparatus is in line with his aim of providing 7 "rather more philological comment than is usual in this series.
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Cropp's text differs at many points from that of Sansone and Diggle; in general he deletes fewer lines than Diggle does cf. On other occasions e.
Euripides Iphigenia in Tauris by Euripides M Platnauer
Euripides: Iphigenia at Aulis
Synopsis About this title The story of Iphigenia, as told in the two plays of Euripides which bear her name, is so well known that it is hard to believe that it is in fact a piece of mythological syncretism which, in all probability, only received its final form at the hands of Euripides himself. Buy New Learn more about this copy.
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Customers who bought this item also bought. Stock Image. Scholars have written a stream of mostly brief general appreciations; but this edition with translation and commentary wishes to recognise that the play for the most part shows Euripides at his finest. It is therefore deliberately wide in its aim, at readers who have no Greek at all, at students in schools and universities who have some Greek, and at their teachers and professional scholars; its Introduction and the most important parts of the commentary are accessible to all, while notes particularly on the Greek of the poetic text and its problems are kept separate.
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He has published widely on tragedy and Euripides in particular. His work includes editions with commentary of Euripides, Suppliant Women , and Hecuba , and he is co-editor of Selected Fragmentary Plays of Euripides , and Iphigenia at Aulis Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads.