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Brillís Companion to the Reception of Senecan Tragedy. Scholarly Theatrical and Literary Receptions, a cura di Eric Dodson-Robinson, Leiden-Boston, Brill, 2016 Teatro


INDICE

 

Eric Dodson-Robinson, Introduction


Part 1. Antiquity

Christopher Trinacty, “Imago res mortua est”: Senecan Intertextuality

Christopher Star, Seneca Tragicus and Stoicism

Peter J. Davis, Senecan Tragedy and Politics of Flavian Literature


Part 2. Renaissance and Early Modern

Gianni Guastella, Seneca Rediscovered: Recovery of Texts, Reinvention of a Genre

Tomàs Martínez Romero, The Reception of Seneca in the Crowns of Aragon and Castle in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries

Florence de Caigny, The Reception of the Tragedies of Seneca in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries in France

Joachim Harst, Germany and the Netherlands: Tragic Seneca in Scholarship and on Stage

Jessica Winston, Early “English Seneca”: From “Coterie” Translations to the Popular Stage

Patrick Gray, Shakespeare vs. Seneca: Competing Visions of Human Dignity

Part 3. Seneca in the Modern Age and Beyond

Helen Slaney, Senecan Gothic

Francesco Citti, Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Receptions of Seneca “Tragicus”

Ralf Remshardt, Seneca Our Contemporary: The Modern Theatrical Reception of Senecan Tragedy

Siobhan McElduff, Rereading Seneca: The Twenty-First Century and Beyond


Index




 
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330 pp., euro 126,00

ISBN:
9789004310988
 
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