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BeschreibungEcclesiazusae, probably produced in 391 BC, is at once a typically Aristophanic fantasy of gender inversion, obscenity and farce, the earliest surviving work in the western Utopian tradition, and the source of a blueprint for a communist society on which Plato may well have drawn in his Republic.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface; References and Abbreviations. Introduction. Date and background; Gynaecocracy in Old Comedy; Praxagora's new society; Ecclesiazusae and the development of comedy; Staging. Select bibliography; Note on the Text; Parallel Greek Text and English Translation; Commentary.
PortraitAlan H Sommerstein is Professor of Greek and Director of the Centre for Ancient Drama and its Reception, University of Nottingham; editor of the Aristophanes volumes in the Aris PHIllips Classical Texts series and of Aeschylus Eumenides (Cambridge, 1989); author of Aeschylean Tragedy (Bari, 1996) and of Greek Drama and Dramatists (London, 2002); co-editor of Tragedy, Comedy and the Polis (Bari, 1993), Shards from Kolonos: Studies in Sophoclean Fragments (Bari, forthcoming) and several other multi-author volumes. He is coordinating a collaborative edition of selected fragmentary plays of Sophocles for this series.
Untertitel: 'Aris & Phillips Classical Texts'. New ed. Sprache: Altgriechisch.
Verlag: Liverpool University Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 1998
Seitenanzahl: 240 Seiten