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Performing Arts and Culture

performing art began in Greece, ushered in by the |[pic] | |tragic poets such as Sophocles. These poets wrote plays which, in some cases, incorporated dance |Sophocles, as depicted in the Nordisk | |(see Euripides). The Hellenistic period began the widespread use of comedy. |familjebok. | | | ...

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theme of alienation n no where man by kamala markandeya

here experiences the same “calm of mind, all passions spent.” Author Information Life of Sophocles (circa 496-406 B.C.) Sophocles was chronologically the second of the trinity of great Greek tragedians, the other two being Aeschylus and Euripides. He was born at Colonus, a pleasant rural suburb of Athens, (probably in 496 B.C.) and died there, ninety years later. His father, Sophilius, manufactured armor for a living. As a boy, Sophocles won prizes for both wrestling and music. In his...

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Greek Gods & Goddesses Story

in Greek legend and religion at this time. During the time when democracy was developing in Athens, literature and the arts were also prospering. Theater was one of these arts. Three of Athens’ greatest playwrights were Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides. Many of the myths we know today come from their plays. For scholars today, another important source of Greek myths is actually the work of Romans. When they conquered the Greeks, the Romans absorbed many aspects of Greek culture. The poet Ovid,...

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English Lord Of The Flies

and blasphemies (Revelations 13:5); Simon, while hallucinating, converses with the Lord of the Flies, the beast's emissary; the Lord of the Flies declares his intention to destroy all that is good on the island. Literary and Biblical Allusions In Euripides' The Bacchae, Agave kills her son Pentheus, mistaking him for a lion, as he exits the forest. The Coral Island by R.M. Ballantyne is mentioned by the naval officer in chapter 12. Ralph, Jack and Peterkin are the three main characters in Coral Island...

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CLAS 104 Notes 2

& by poet Bacchylides of Cos In 500 BC in Athens, 3 great writers of tragedy 1. Aeschylus (who died in 456BC) a. Oresteia for the saga of the House of Artreus 2. Sophocles(died in 406BC) a. Theban plays for the saga of the family of Oedipus 3. Euripides (died in 406BC) a. Bacchae for the myths of Dionysus Principal Greek prose sources are the historials and the mythographers Herodotus, a mythographer, is preeminent – travelled widely across the Greek world and to Persia and Eygpt and recorded traditional...

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People

4 Despite such disrespect, Greek condescension to Macedonians declined almost continuously after the days of Alexandros I. By the fifth century, the Macedonian court at Pella was similar enough to Athens that Plato considered settling there and Euripides actually did.5 The Kings’ subjects, however, had changed less. Alexander could claim to his mutinous troops in India that his father Philip had found the men’s own fathers and grandfathers “vagabonds and destitute,” pasturing sheep on mountainsides...

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UGC 111 notes

Oligarchy in Athens - Spartan got rid of their democracy and replaced it with oligarchy - Only lasted a couple of years - Struggle between Sparta and Athens (two were very powerful and different) Greek Literature and Drama Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, etc… Plays at festivals - Drama performed with social commentary - Much like Olympic Games; prizes given; these playwrights competed with each other All citizens could attend In large theatres (ex. Theatre at Epidarus) Philosophy Archaic...

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Media Movies

into Art. As Mrs O'Neill said of her husband, Eugene O'Neill was no mere playwright: he was a dramatist, and thus sat with the gods. Drama, we are given to understand, is Serious. Through the landscape of Drama stride the likes of Sophocles and Euripides and Shakespeare, lightning bolts of genius in each hand, their brows corrugated with Olympian thought. An impressive picture, certainly, and one can see at once why a jobbing playwright might aspire to such divinity. But something inside me is...

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Greek Mythology

honor. Greek Mythology The dramatic genre of tragedy provides the clearest example of mythical exploration (see see Greek Literature; Drama and Dramatic Arts). The great Athenian playwrights of the 5th century BC— Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides—wrote tragedies that explored social questions by placing them, in extreme and exaggerated form, in a mythical context. Sophocles’s tragic play Antigone concerns just such an extreme situation. Two brothers have killed each other in battle: Eteocles...

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Problems Faced by Beginning Online Learners

manage your stress and how to build or to create the self motivation to make sure that you are always good way to go or in your online learning. ‘Whoso neglects learning in his youth, loses the past and is dead for the future.’ Euripides ‘When solving problems, dig at the roots instead of just hacking at the leaves.’ Anthony J. D'Angelo 2 3 MAIN PROBLEMS FACED BY BEGINNING ONLINE LEARNERS While online programs have significant strengths and offer unprecedented...

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