Classics Annotated Bibliography[1]

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Rebecca Cuba Classics. Ancient Tragedies Prof. Gosetti Annotated Bibliography Foley, Helene. Female Acts in Greek Tragedy. New Jersey. Princeton University Press,2002 Greek women were not permitted to exercise in many social and legal rights. Yet in many of the ancient Greek plays the play writers portrayed women as having legal rights, making significant choices, and acting independently of men. The author reviews several major areas that are noticed within Greek tragedies, that one would not see in women the Athenian society at that time. This article is relevant to my paper in so being that the author brings to the forefront the various acts of women that are exemplified in the Greek tragedies. Knox, Bernard. M. W. “The Lion in the House .” Classic Philology Vol. 47, No 1 (1952):17-25 Within the play Agamemnon one thematic parable that the chorus states is of a “lion cub”. The author explains that the chorus is referring to Helen. The parable of the “lioncub” is referring to the deeds of Helen and Paris, prince of Troy. Because of their action destruction is
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