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Review Of C. Concilio, M. D’Aiuto, S. Polizio, La Tradizione Metrica Della Tragedia Greca (Naples, 2002)

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The oddly assorted three studies in this slim book are, according to a hope enunciated in the Preface, to be followed by others in line with a 'più vasto disegno' as adumbrated in the title. The first two are respectively on the second and first stasima of Euripides' Iphigeneia at Aulis, both with problematic epodes; the third is on Sophocles' Trachiniae 633-46, a single short stanza-pair. There is some usefully thorough reporting of manuscript readings and editorial variations, but the authors display little critical judgement in discussions which too often miss the point. Both Concilio and D'Aiuto are content not even to mention issues of authenticity.

Keywords: Concilio; D'Aiuto; Greek tragedy

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