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Title Rebel women : staging ancient Greek drama today / edited by John Dillon and S.E. Wilmer.
Imprint London : Methuen, 2005.

Subject McDonald, Marianne.
Greek drama -- Modern presentation.
Greek drama (Tragedy)
Women in literature.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Alt Name McDonald, Marianne.
Dillon, John M.
Wilmer, S. E.
Description 1 online resource (xxv, 272 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations, portrait
polychrome rdacc
Note "Marianne McDonald, whose work and contributions to classical scholarship are being honoured in this volume ..."--Page ix.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-262) and index.
"Marianne McDonald: a bio-bibliography."-Page 240.
Contents Iphigenia and her mother at Aulis / Edith Hall -- Resonances of religion in Cacoyannis' Euripides / Isabelle Torrance -- Medea between the wars / Fiona Macintosh -- Lysistrata joins the Soviet revolution / Marina Kotzamani -- Greek myth, Irish reality / Melissa Sihra -- Irish Medeas / S.E. Wilmer -- Kennelly's rebel women / Anthony Roche -- Me as in metre / Seamus Heaney -- Female solidarity / Rush Rehm -- Outside looking in / J. Michael Walton -- Violence of Clytemnestra / James Diggle -- An archetypal bluestocking / John Dillon.
Summary This text presents essays by leading writers and academics examining the staging of Greek drama. It is a collection of 12 essays by leading academics, writers and theatre practitioners examining the representation of ancient Greek heroines in their original contexts.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781408150184 (electronic bk.)
1408150182 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 881429942
Additional Format Print version: Rebel women 041377550X (OCoLC)62876222