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Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban

CHARACTERS Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban Sophocles è 1 SUMMARY FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO è Sophocles A kötet három tragédiát. Oidipous Epi Kol n i Oedipus Tyrannus Coloneus and Antigone The Theban Plays SophoclesOedipus at Colonus is one of the three Theban plays of the Athenian tragedian Sophocles It was written shortly before Sophocles death in 406 BC 1974 1334 196 1352 376 9644870328 1356 1385

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CHARACTERS Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban Sophocles è 1 SUMMARY FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO è Sophocles Tartalmaz Antigoné Oedipu. Take these things to heart my son I warn you All men make mistakes it is only humanBut once the wrong is done a mancan turn his back on folly misfortune tooif he tries to make amends however low he s fallenand stops his bullnecked ways Stubbornness brands you for stupidity pride is a crimeNo yield to the deadNever stab the fighter when he s down Where s the glory killing the dead twice over Tiresias the blind prophet to Creon king of Thebes uncle of Antigone in Antigone Three very good decisions led me to finally read the Penguin Classic Edition of Sophocles three Theban plays First and foremost I have eventually decided a few month ago to take a course in Classical Mythology This has always been my wish but as with so many things in life it had been postponed for years The course did not open Pandora s box it has instead enhanced my understanding of literature and art in general and given me new insights of how Classical mythology is part of our cultural legacy Amongst others we had to read Sophocles Oedipus the King I knew somewhere in my house I would find a battered yellow Reclam edition in German This work by Sophocles is a set book for almost every high school student here in Zurich On the spur of a moment I decided however to read not only this well known play but to add the two other Theban Plays Antigone and Oedipus at Colonus This was my second good decision My third brave decision was to read these plays in an English translation instead of a German one mostly because I could not find any decent new translation into German This is how I came into the possession of a brand new copy of the Penguin Classic Edition translated by Robert Fagles Professor of Comparative Literature Emeritus at Princeton University with introductions and notes by Bernard Knox Director Emeritus of Harvard s Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington As so often with Penguin Classics editions I fell instantly in love with the cover depicting Gustave Dor s The Enigma Mus e d Orsay Paris I cannot praise highly enough this edition and its translation The beautiful and simple language is easy to understand even for non native English speakers the accompanying notes are clear and reuire only a basic knowledge of Greek mythology They help to enjoy even the compelling writing and subtle irony of the plays If you have read Oedipus the King years ago and are now ready to revisit this work give it a try and read all three Theban plays by Sophocles They consist of Antigone written ca 442 BC Oedipus the King ca 430 BC and Oedipus at Colonus produced after Sophocles death in 401 BC Besides the beautifully structured Oedipus the King the two other Theban plays about the idealistic Antigone and Oedipus in exile are no less captivating and have not lost their attractiveness As all Greek dramas Sophocles tragedies are based on myths that have been passed on orally Bernard Knox explains The stuff from which the tragic poet made his plays was not contemporary reality but myth And yet it did reflect contemporary reality did so perhaps in terms authoritative because they were not colored by the partisan emotions of the time terms which were in fact so authorative that they remain meaningful even for us today p22One of the best examples that these stories have the same powerful meaning as 2400 years ago is the uote mentioned at the beginning of this review by Tiresias to Creon Nevertheless I am aware that the modern reader of today has another approach to these works than the Athenian male viewer had women apparently were rarely admitted to the spectacles During my course I read several plays not only by Sophocles but also by Aeschylus and Euripides Even though I love Greek Mythology and I am very much attracted to the Classical Antiuity it has often been difficult for me to digest the misogyny of Classical cultures Greek men do not seem to have been very comfortable around women In several myths women are depicted as malicious monstrous or even eerie Monsters are often female It seems that Antigone is a rare exception Her integrity and humanity which Sophocles describes so masterfully makes her sympathetic to the modern reader Oedipus might have been the hero of the male Athenian viewer but I think Oedipus daughter Antigone is my personal hero of the stories Let me thus conclude with a uote by Bernard Knox about my favourite character in the plays her courage and steadfastness are a gleam of light she is the embodiment of the only consolation tragedy can offer that in certain heroic natures unmerited suffering and death can be met with a greatness of soul which because it is purely human brings honor to us all p53Heroes in Greek mythology were not basically good or moral persons they could be uite the opposite A hero could have a divine parent or being extraordinary in some other ways he did not have to be a good man Rappin' With Ten Thousand Carabaos in the Dark Poems glory killing the dead twice over Tiresias the blind prophet to Creon king of Thebes uncle of Antigone in Antigone Three very Teach Me Gems Gents #1 good decisions led me to finally read the Penguin Classic Edition of Sophocles three Theban plays First and foremost I have eventually decided a few month ago to take a course in Classical Mythology This has always been my wish but as with so many things in life it had been postponed for years The course did not open Pandora s box it has instead enhanced my understanding of literature and art in Blameless in Abaddon general and Croatie - 9ed given me new insights of how Classical mythology is part of our cultural legacy Amongst others we had to read Sophocles Oedipus the King I knew somewhere in my house I would find a battered yellow Reclam edition in German This work by Sophocles is a set book for almost every high school student here in Zurich On the spur of a moment I decided however to read not only this well known play but to add the two other Theban Plays Antigone and Oedipus at Colonus This was my second One Day At A Time good decision My third brave decision was to read these plays in an English translation instead of a German one mostly because I could not find any decent new translation into German This is how I came into the possession of a brand new copy of the Penguin Classic Edition translated by Robert Fagles Professor of Comparative Literature Emeritus at Princeton University with introductions and notes by Bernard Knox Director Emeritus of Harvard s Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington As so often with Penguin Classics editions I fell instantly in love with the cover depicting Gustave Dor s The Enigma Mus e d Orsay Paris I cannot praise highly enough this edition and its translation The beautiful and simple language is easy to understand even for non native English speakers the accompanying notes are clear and reuire only a basic knowledge of Greek mythology They help to enjoy even the compelling writing and subtle irony of the plays If you have read Oedipus the King years ago and are now ready to revisit this work 41 Closets give it a try and read all three Theban plays by Sophocles They consist of Antigone written ca 442 BC Oedipus the King ca 430 BC and Oedipus at Colonus produced after Sophocles death in 401 BC Besides the beautifully structured Oedipus the King the two other Theban plays about the idealistic Antigone and Oedipus in exile are no less captivating and have not lost their attractiveness As all Greek dramas Sophocles tragedies are based on myths that have been passed on orally Bernard Knox explains The stuff from which the tragic poet made his plays was not contemporary reality but myth And yet it did reflect contemporary reality did so perhaps in terms authoritative because they were not colored by the partisan emotions of the time terms which were in fact so authorative that they remain meaningful even for us today p22One of the best examples that these stories have the same powerful meaning as 2400 years ago is the uote mentioned at the beginning of this review by Tiresias to Creon Nevertheless I am aware that the modern reader of today has another approach to these works than the Athenian male viewer had women apparently were rarely admitted to the spectacles During my course I read several plays not only by Sophocles but also by Aeschylus and Euripides Even though I love Greek Mythology and I am very much attracted to the Classical Antiuity it has often been difficult for me to digest the misogyny of Classical cultures Greek men do not seem to have been very comfortable around women In several myths women are depicted as malicious monstrous or even eerie Monsters are often female It seems that Antigone is a rare exception Her integrity and humanity which Sophocles describes so masterfully makes her sympathetic to the modern reader Oedipus might have been the hero of the male Athenian viewer but I think Oedipus daughter Antigone is my personal hero of the stories Let me thus conclude with a uote by Bernard Knox about my favourite character in the plays her courage and steadfastness are a Red Riding Hood gleam of light she is the embodiment of the only consolation tragedy can offer that in certain heroic natures unmerited suffering and death can be met with a Irreparable Damage Irreparable #1 greatness of soul which because it is purely human brings honor to us all p53Heroes in Greek mythology were not basically Weathering good or moral persons they could be uite the opposite A hero could have a divine parent or being extraordinary in some other ways he did not have to be a Poison Study good man

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CHARACTERS Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban Sophocles è 1 SUMMARY FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO è Sophocles S király Oedipus Kolónosb. Wonderful I know we need to read these in modern translations but how amazing is it that we still have works from ancient Greece These stories are not at all boring or dated or difficult to read Pick the translation that suits you whether poetry or prose or somewhere in between and dive into some incredible drama

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  1. says: EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban Sophocles è 1 SUMMARY

    CHARACTERS Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban Sophocles è 1 SUMMARY EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban Oidipous Epi Kolōnōi Oedipus Tyrannus Coloneus and Antigone The Theban Plays SophoclesOedipus at Colonus is one of the three Theban

  2. says: EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban

    CHARACTERS Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban Sophocles è 1 SUMMARY EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban The Three Theban Pays are the absolute pillar stone of ancient Greek drama and in my opinion they contain two of the best plays ever written Oedipus the King and Antigone Oedipus the King because sometimes life's a real bitch Fate is unavoidable in ancient Greek Tragedy Trying to avoid it will only lead to it and doing nothing will lead you there too So if a God tells you that you will die at the hands of your

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    EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban CHARACTERS Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban This is how I feel about Antigone Translation NotesI have read four versions of the Antigone three versions of Oedipus Rex and two versions of Oedipus at Colonus over five years I don't know why I'm like this either Comment your favorite Antigone translations and I'll read them Oxford edition trans unk 2015 In ninth grade I read the Theban plays in my English class I liked them Antigone specifically made a very very la

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    EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban 'Take these things to heart my son I warn you All men make mistakes it is only humanBut once the wrong is done a mancan turn his back on folly misfortune tooif he tries to make amends however low he’s fallenand stops his bullnecked ways Stubbornness brands you for stupidity – pride is a crimeNo yield to the deadNever stab the fighter when

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    CHARACTERS Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO è Sophocles Sophocles è 1 SUMMARY I was rather flippant about Greek drama throughout my time at university much to the chagrin of every single professor teaching the unit but even I had to concede to the immense talent of Sophocles to cast a myth like Oedipus' on stage with such elouence and without leaning on its sensationalism is inconceivable elsewhere in the theatrical tradition—unsurprising then that his Theban Plays have today become authoritative sources

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    EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban Alas alas what misery to be wise when wisdom profits nothing Great books do not reveal themselves all at once O

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    EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban I enjoyed rereading this set of plays This edition sets the stage by giving an introduction before each play The plays dive into the themes of fate guilt civil disobedience and family ties and other historical Greek motifs There were text not

  8. says: EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban

    FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO è Sophocles Sophocles è 1 SUMMARY CHARACTERS Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban This Robert Fagles translation is beautiful far superior to other versions I've read FittsFitzgerald or David Greene's for instance The language is vibrant and compelling an important asset for reading drama on the page If you've not read Sophocles since a forced and indifferent slog during high school I'd encourage you

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    EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO è Sophocles CHARACTERS Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban Wonderful I know we need to read these in modern translations but how amazing is it that we still have works from

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    EBOOK Három tragédia Antigoné Oedipus király Oedipus Kolónosban Sophocles è 1 SUMMARY FREE DOWNLOAD ↠ SALAMUSEO.CO è Sophocles Of happiness the crown and chiefest part Is wisdom to hold the gods in aweThis is the law That seeing the stricken heartOf pride brought downWe learn when we are oldI felt an urge to return to the stories that set

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