The paper provides a translation of Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannus, vv. 1–215. The prologue in iambic trimeters (vv. 1–150) has been translated into hendecasyllables; as for the parodos, in lyricis (vv. 151–215), the Italian version makes use of lyric verses in metrical responsion. The translation is preceded by short preliminary remarks

Sofocle, Edipo re 1-215: una proposta di traduzione

Andrea Rodighiero
2022

Abstract

The paper provides a translation of Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannus, vv. 1–215. The prologue in iambic trimeters (vv. 1–150) has been translated into hendecasyllables; as for the parodos, in lyricis (vv. 151–215), the Italian version makes use of lyric verses in metrical responsion. The translation is preceded by short preliminary remarks
9783949189449
Sophocles; Oedipus Tyrannus; translation; hendecasyllables; lyric verses.
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