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This powerful new rendering of the plays of the Theban cycle includes, in addition to the translators' celebrated Oedipus Tyrannus, annotated new translations of Antigone and Oedipus at Colonus. Peter Meineck is Producing Artistic Director of The Aquila Theatre Co, Visiting Scholar at the Center for Ancient Studies, New York University and teacher of Greek Drama at the Tisch School for the Arts.
Peter Meineck is Producing Artistic Director of the Aquila Theatre Company. He teaches theatre and classics at New York University as Artist in Residence at the Center for Ancient Studies and as Adjunct Professor in both the Tisch School of the Arts and the Department of Classics Paul Woodruff is Professor of Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin
Table of Contents
|Sophocles and the Composition of the Plays||ix|
|Athenian Theatre and Performance||xii|
|Oedipus at Colonus||liii|
|Suggestions for Further Reading||lxxii|
|Note on the Translations||lxxv|
|Theban Royal Family Tree||lxxviii|
|Appendix: Hegel on Antigone||214||(3)|