martedì 19 agosto 2014

Norman Austin, Sophocles' Philoctetes and the Great Soul Robbery

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General readers with a basic knowledge of the tragic genre and the Greek language and scholars, especially those for whom names such as Harold Bloom, Sigmund Freud, and Hans-Georg Gadamer cause fear and trembling, should pay particular attention to Austin's book










 



I was reading this part of a review by Susan A. Curry, University of New Hampshire, on a Blogspot page which is included in the lists Philoctetes, Sophocles, Greek Tragedies, Tragedies, Greek Literature and Literature on CMBooks on StumbleUpon. That post also refers to Aeschylus and Euripides.
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