The paper analyses two lyric fragments of Sophocles’ lost play ‘Tereus’ (frr. 592-3 R.). The main body of the paper argues that lines 4-6 of fr. 592 R. should be printed together with fr. 593 R. as a continuous text. The paper also focuses on the identity of the persona canens and the problematic issue of the fragments’ placement within the plot of the ‘Tereus’.

To belong or not to belong: a few remarks on the lyric fragments of Sophocles’ ‘Tereus’

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2021-01-01

Abstract

The paper analyses two lyric fragments of Sophocles’ lost play ‘Tereus’ (frr. 592-3 R.). The main body of the paper argues that lines 4-6 of fr. 592 R. should be printed together with fr. 593 R. as a continuous text. The paper also focuses on the identity of the persona canens and the problematic issue of the fragments’ placement within the plot of the ‘Tereus’.
9783110700374
Sophocles, tragic drama, fragments, Tereus
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