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Aristophanes and His Tragic Muse

Comedy, Tragedy and the Polis in 5th Century Athens

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<i>Aristophanes and His Tragic Muse</i> considers the opposition of comedy and tragedy in 5th century Athens and its effect on the drama of Aristophanes. The study examines tragedy’s focus on necessity and a quest for meaning as a complement to a neglected but critical element in Athenian comedy, a concern with freedom and an underlying ambivalent vision of reality.

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