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This indices of the book Shared Storytelling in Euripidean Stichomythia present a list of terms and concepts, and a list of Greek words relevant to the discussion of Euripidean Stichomythia. Stichomythia is connected with some of the greatest problems of critical appreciation. Particularly late Euripidean stichomythia has been considered a 'mannerism' and lacking 'realism' by many critics. Nineteenth century scholarship on stichomythia concentrated on composition and presumed such a rigid symmetry of form that it impinged upon textual criticism.

Keywords: Euripidean Stichomythia; Greek Tragedy; realism; textual criticism



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