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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Myth, Narrative And Audience In The Monologue Of Jocasta (eur. Phoen. Vv. 1-87) [mito, Narrativa E Audiência No Monólogo De Jocasta (eur. Phoen. 1-87)]
Author: Salvador E.L.
Abstract: This paper analyses the monologue of Jocasta (vv.1-87) on the prologue of Euripides' The Phoenician Women. I will discuss Jocasta's point of view about the myth of the Labdacids and how this monologue recovers some elements that are already known by the Athens audience from V B.C., which provokes and maintain a state of dramatic tension in that same audience.
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Date Issue: 2011
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