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This bibliography section contains the list of reference books and articles that occur in this book titled The Play of Texts and Fragments. The book focuses on the theme of consolation itself, and how the play explores the positive and negative implications and results of consolation by its enactment. This theme is first broached in Hypsipyle's lullaby to Opheltes, and then sustained in the chorus women's attempt to console Hypsipyle by advice-giving.

Keywords: fragments; Hypsipyle



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