The study proposes an overall analysis of Senecan theatrical communication, which takes into account all the elements of the communicative process, both verbal and non-verbal. The latter, in particular, as they tend to be translated into images, bring out the spectacular character of Seneca’s tragedies. Through non-verbal communication, interactors define their relationship. A further result achieved by the study is therefore to contextualize the behavior of Oedipus and Antigone within an interactive process aimed at defining the relationship and the identity within it.

Elementi di comunicazione non verbale nelle Phoenissae di Seneca (vv. 1-362)

Calabrese Evita
2021

Abstract

The study proposes an overall analysis of Senecan theatrical communication, which takes into account all the elements of the communicative process, both verbal and non-verbal. The latter, in particular, as they tend to be translated into images, bring out the spectacular character of Seneca’s tragedies. Through non-verbal communication, interactors define their relationship. A further result achieved by the study is therefore to contextualize the behavior of Oedipus and Antigone within an interactive process aimed at defining the relationship and the identity within it.
Non verbal communication; Seneca; Phoenissae
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