Madrid. Ruimor. Edaf. 1973. 8º mayor, 347pp-2h. Lámina en negro con retrato fuera de texto. Pasta editorial estampada, dorados. Exlibris de tampón. Excelente ejemplar. Esquilo, 525-456 aC. N° de ref. de la librería
Sinopsis: 347pp , ABOUT THE AUTHOR :: Aeschylus ( Eleusis , 525 a. C. Gela , 456 a. C. ) , Greek dramatist . Predecessor of Sophocles and Euripides , is considered the first great representative of Greek tragedy . Born in Eleusis , Attica, place where the mysteries of Eleusis were celebrated . He belonged to a noble and wealthy landowning family . In his youth he witnessed the end of the tyranny of Pisistrátidas in Athens ... Aeschylus was much given to condense their works linked trilogies , trying on a particular issue , although each party retained its full meaning and could be well represented separately. The first three dramas of a sequence of four consecutive episodes dramatized the same myth and the satirical drama that still contained a story related thereto . In the dramatic contests three tragedies and a satyr play , with the tension relaxed public is represented. After his time, the trilogy was linked as an occasional option while many stagings consisted of four independent dramas. The Persians ( 472 BC.) , Seven Against Thebes and The supplicants are dramas of two actors as it was Aeschylus who introduced the second actor on stage , reducing the intervention of the chorus , making possible dialogue and dramatic action . The main dialogues are mainly between characters and chorus with a variety of structural patterns and rhythm rather slow action. This is one of the main features of archaic theater of Aeschylus . In the Oresteia ( Agamemnon , The Libation Bearers , and The Eumenides ) , Aeschylus has skene , of ekkylkema of mechané and a third actor, as seen at the scene of Agamemnon in which they appear in Agamemnon and Clytemnestra agon , being present silently Cassandra. The central interest of the dramas of Aeschylus is mainly on the situation and its development , rather than the characters. The character that has been worked by the author is Clytemnestra in the Oresteia . Shears choirs almost always enjoy a strong and distinctive personality, his words , w
Título: TRAGEDIAS COMPLETAS. Prometeo, encadenado. ...
Año de publicación: 1973
Descripción Edaf. Estado de conservación: Bueno. 372 Descripción: Madrid, 1973. Similpiel. 347 páginas.SINOPSIS:Contiene:Prometeo, encadenado. Los siete sobre Tebas. Los Persas. La Orestiada: Agamenón, Las Coéforas, Las Euménides. Las Suplicantes. Nº de ref. de la librería LV32781