Authorial Receptions of the Myth of the Atreidae in the 21st century

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Unit:
Κατεύθυνση Παγκόσμιο Θέατρο: Πράξη - Δραματουργία - Θεωρία
Library of the School of Philosophy
Deposit date:
2017-07-10
Year:
2017
Author:
Fili Paraskevi
Supervisors info:
Καίτη Διαμαντάκου Αγάθου, Επίκουρη Καθηγήτρια, Τμήμα Θεατρικών Σπουδών, Φιλοσοφική Σχολή ΕΚΠΑ
Original Title:
Συγγραφικές Προσλήψεις του Μύθου των Ατρειδών κατά τον 21ο αιώνα
Languages:
Greek
Translated title:
Authorial Receptions of the Myth of the Atreidae in the 21st century
Summary:
The paper studies five 21st century dramatic texts which constitute receptions of the Ancient Greek Myth of the Atreidae/ Atreidai: The Evacuation by Dimitris Dimitriadis (2013), Plan for Iphigenia (2014) and Plan for Electra (2009) by Georgios Veltsos, Neighing by Marios Pontikas (2015) and Clytemnestra’s Tears by Avra Sidiropoulou (2004). The diachronic timelessness of the texts and the subjects they raise, the need of contemporary writers to communicate with prior writers and the composition of contemporary audience are considered as study parameters of the texts.
The characters, the points of conflict, the divine element, the language of the texts, the structure, the directing instructions and the rhythm are studied in all five texts. The analysis of the texts drafts theatre and drama theories and terminology, other sciences and it takes place linearly as far as the plot of the plays is concerned. Evolutionarily, the texts are compared with one another but also with prior texts, connected or not with the Myth of the Atreidae/ Atreidai (intertextuality). The paper is completed with the personal view of the writer about the reproduction of the Myth and a synthesis of extracts from the texts, which reinforces the exposed arguments.
Main subject category:
Aesthetics and Arts
Keywords:
reception, Myth of the Atreidae, tragic heroes/characters, contemporary playwrights
Index:
Yes
Number of index pages:
1
Contains images:
No
Number of references:
299
Number of pages:
145
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