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Greek Tragedy


Course No. 217 (24 lectures, 30 minutes/lecture)
Taught by Elizabeth Vandiver
Whitman College
Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin
1. Tragedy Defined
2. Democracy, Culture, and Tragedy
3. Roots of a Genre
4. Production and Stagecraft
5. Aeschylus—Creator of an Art Form
6. The Oresteia—Mythic Background
7. The Oresteia—Agamemnon
8. The Oresteia—Libation Bearers and Eumenides
9. A Master of Spectacle
10. The Three Electras
11. The Sophoclean Hero
12. Antigone and Creon
13. Oedipus the King, I
14. Oedipus the King, II
15. Two Tragedians, One Hero
16. Greek Husband, Foreign Wife
17. Phaedra, Hippolytus, and Aphrodite's Wrath
18. Euripides on War and Women
19. Euripides the Anti-Tragedian
20. The Last Plays of Euripides
21. Euripides and the Gods
22. The Last Plays of Sophocles
23. Other Tragedians and a Comedian
24. The Tragic Legacy

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Tags: Tragedy, Culture, Democracy, Defined, Roots, Greek, Austin