Scenes of Aesthetic Education: RanciÃ¨re, Oedipus, and Notre Musique
- THE FREEDOM OF OEDIPUS. Knox, Bernard // New Republic;8/30/82, Vol. 187 Issue 9, p28
Reviews the play "Oedipus the King," by Sophocles.
- Chapter 5: The Place of Death: 'Oedipus at Colonus'. // Theatricality as Medium;2005, p141
Chapter 5 of the book "Theatricality as Medium" is presented. It examines the theme of place of death in Sophocles' Theban Plays, particularly "Oedipus at Colonus." In the play, Oedipus has come to Colonus to die. His death is presented as a gift so long as it is kept a secret. By transmitting...
- Mourning the Public Body in Sophocles' Antigone. Ballengee, Jennifer R. // Colloquy: Text Theory Critique;May2006, Issue 11, p31
Discusses the concept of mourning in Sophocles' theatrical production "Antigone." Role of the body in the shift from individual to political mourning in the death of Oedipus; Political implications of Creon's inequality in the treatment of the corpses of Antigone's brothers Polynices and...
- Colonus Heterotopos. Theatre as Tragic Inversion of Ritual Order. Hofmann, Gert // Spatial Practices: An Interdisciplinary Series in Cultural Histo;2011, Vol. 14, p139
An essay is presented on Colonus, the district of the historical city of King Theseus in Athens, Greece and the ultimate place of human arrival in Sophocle's play "Oedipus at Colonus." It mentions that Colonus, the garden of the Eumenides, configure a Heterotopia of crisis that defines human...
- What if Oedipus or Polynices had been a Slave? Antigone's Burial of Polynices. Chanter, Tina // Janus Head;2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p10
The article focuses on the play "Antigone," written by Sophocles and its approach to the burial of Polynices. It examines the relation of the character Antigone to Oedipus and Polynices, saying that the chance that Antigone might have a half brother who is also a slave was hardly outlandish. It...
- Totems and taboos. Milne, K. // New Statesman & Society;11/1/91, Vol. 4 Issue 175, p37
Reviews the Royal Shakespeare Company's performances of Sophocles' three `Theban' plays. `Oedipus the King'; `Oedipus at Colonus'; `Antigone.'
- A long overdue renewal: Lloyd-Jone's Loeb Sophocles. Knox, Bernard M.W. // International Journal of the Classical Tradition;Spring97, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p493
Reviews the book `Sophocles,' edited and translated by Hugh Lloyd-Jones.
- Untitled. // America;12/2/1911, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p189
The article reports that one of the lost dramas of Sophocles' "Ichneutae" or "The Trackers" was discovered at Oxyrynchus in Egypt. Found fragment of "The Trackers" consists of about 400 lines that is equivalent to half of a play. "The Trackers" is a satiric drama presented on Attic stage after a...
- Untitled. Capeheart, Loretta; Milovanovic, Dragan // Social Justice: Theories, Issues & Movements;2007, preceding p1
A quotation about knowledge by Sophocles is presented.