Granddaughter of the sun : a study of Euripides' Medea /

This book attempts to view Medea in a positive light: looking not just at her failed relationships, but also at her successful ones and commenting on her intellect rather than just her clever manipulations of men. It tries to see her (or her author, who brings Medea home to Athens), as something of...

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Main Author: Luschnig, C. A. E.

Format: eBook

Language: English

Published: Boston : Brill, 2007.

Series: Mnemosyne, Supplements 286.
Mnemosyne Supplements Online, Volumes 204-407, ISBN: 9789004322288.


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Call Number: PA3978 .L863 2007

Table of Contents:
  • Preliminary Materials /
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  • Introduction The Polysemous Medea /
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  • Chapter One. An Ideal Woman /
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  • Chapter Two. Medea And Jason /
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  • Chapter Three. ? Ex Machina: If She Is Not A Woman, What Is She? /
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  • Chapter Four. Medea And Her Children /
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  • Chapter Five. Medea In Corinth /
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  • Chapter Six. The Slave's Voice /
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  • Chapter Seven. The Battle Of The Stories /
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  • Afterword Medea Among Us /
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  • Works Consulted /
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  • Index: Passages Of Medea Cited /
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  • Index: Thematic And Literary /
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