Euripides' use of psychological terminology.
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Sacred psychiatry in ancient Greece
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ProQuest Firm. Electronic Access:. Staff View. Yavapai Library Network. Summary Sullivan discusses each term separately, gathering them from Euripides' seventeen extant tragedies and from fragments of other plays. Equipped with this body of evidence, students of Greek tragedy and of ancient biography will be able to assess for themselves the reliability of the biographical tradition, in which, the author argues, too much confidence has been placed by interpreters of the plays.
Euripides' Use of Psychological Terminology
The Textual Discussions explain places in the plays of Volume One, "Cyclops, Alcestis" and "Medea," where the text adopted by the editor calls for comment. F Tragic contests. K Euripides and Cephisophon. N Euripides in the comic poets.
O Other judgements. P Miscellanea. R Fictitious letters.
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