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Classics: Aeschylus

This page brings together important resources for various branches of study in classical antiquity.

On Particular Plays

Agamemnon in performance 458 BC to AD 2004 / edited by Fiona Macintosh   PA3825 .A8 A33 2005

Looking at Agamemnon / edited by David Stuttard   ONLINE 

Language, sexuality, narrative, the Oresteia / Simon Goldhill   PA3825 .A6 G65 1984

Aeschylus' Oresteia : a literary commentary / D.J. Conacher   PA3829 .C66 1987

L'Agamemnon d'Eschyle : le texte et ses interprétations / Jean Bollack et Pierre Judet de La Combe   PA3825 .A8 B64 1981

Tradition and dramatic form in the Persians of Aeschylus / Ann N. Michelini   PA3825 .P3 M5 1982

The Emptiness of Asia : Aeschylus' "Persians" and the history of the fifth century / Thomas Harrison PA3825 .P3 H37 2000

The authenticity of Prometheus bound / Mark Griffith   PA3825 .P8 G68

Aeschylus' Supplices: play and trilogy / A. F. Garvie   PA3825 .S7 G3


Books on Aeschylus in General

Two general books by important 20th century scholars: 

Studies in Aeschylus / R.P. Winnington-Ingram  PA3829 .W54 1983

Studies in Aeschylus / Martin L. West  PA3829 .W4 1990

A wide-ranging collection of essays:

Aeschylus/ edited by Michael Lloyd  PA3829 .O94 2007 

Another pair of studies:

The art of Aeschylus / Thomas G. Rosenmeyer   PA3829 .R63 1982

The artistry of Aeschylus and Zeami : a comparative study of Greek tragedy and nō / Mae J. Smethurst   PA3829 .S49 1989

Theatrical reenactment in Pindar and Aeschylus / Anna Uhlig   ONLINE

Some special aspects:

The stagecraft of Aeschylus: the dramatic use of exits and entrances in Greek tragedy / by Oliver Taplin  PA3829 .T36

Aeschylus' use of psychological terminology: traditional and new / Shirley Darcus Sullivan   PA3829 .S84 1997  or access ONLINE

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