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Electra and the Empty Urn: Metatheater and Role Playing in Sophocles Paperback – May 26, 1998

ISBN-13: 978-0807846971 ISBN-10: 080784697X Edition: 1st

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"This superb book is so well-elaborated, cogent, and revealing that my jaw would drop every few pages as I marveled at how well Ringer's approach illuminates the play. I especially liked the analysis of the three-actor convention, which has never before been so well handled. Also impressive is the way Ringer gracefully analyzes both dialog and action in considerable detail with great skill and insight."--Richard Hornby, University of California, Riverside

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"This superb book is so well-elaborated, cogent, and revealing that my jaw would drop every few pages as I marveled at how well Ringer's approach illuminates the play. I especially liked the analysis of the three-actor convention, which has never before been so well handled. Also impressive is the way Ringer gracefully analyzes both dialog and action in considerable detail with great skill and insight."--Richard Hornby, University of California, Riverside

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