Oidipous - Oidipous Hamartia o Homeric verb that means to...

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Oidipous Hamartia o Homeric verb that means “to miss the mark” o It means that someone makes an “intellectual mistake.” Hubris o Breaking the circumstances of the gods and man. Tragedy o A good character the falls into bad circumstances because of a mistake. Dionysia – March o Festival for Dionysus Panathonaea – August o Festival celebrated at the theatres. Acropolis (Theatres) o The best seats are saved for the sons of the war-fallen, priests, and politicians. o There are altars set up for rituals for the performances. o Tetralogy A satyr broken up into 4 parts. o Trilogy The 3 parts of the play. o Parados The passageways for the chorus and actors into the orchestra or “dance hall.” o Skene It is the stage but literally means “tent.” o Only men performed in the tragic plays. Tragedians o Aeschylus He added a second actor to his tragic plays. Interested in adding mythological entities to the plays. o Sophocles He added a third actor to his tragic plays. Interested in adding mythological entities to the plays. o
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course CLST 271 taught by Professor Shelko during the Fall '11 term at Loyola Chicago.

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