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Strophe::: the first of two movements made by the chorus in a classical Greek drama, or the part of an ode sung during this. the first type of metrical form in a poem that alternates two contrasting metrical forms. Antistrophe::: in a classical Greek drama, the second section of an ode sung by the chorus after the first section strophe in a classical Greek drama, the second of two movements made by the chorus, back in the opposite direction to that of the first movement strophe stichomythia::: in ancient Greek drama, a form of dramatic dialogue in which characters speak single lines alternately alter::: to make changes to something or somebody, or be changed or become different ~Oedipus shows many characteristics of a tragic hero in  Oedipus the King. ~*Aristein is shown in Oedipus when he figures out the Sphinx  riddle; what walks on four feet in the morning, two at evening,  and three at night? The answer is man; crawls on all fours as a 
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course ECONOMICS 2301 taught by Professor Ginn during the Spring '11 term at Texas A&M.

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