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This resource guide was designed to provide you with assistance in locating good sources of information as you do research on classical dramatists.
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Table of Contents
Includes suggested databases with journal articles on drama.
Includes information on finding books and e-books.
Resources on Sophocles and Oedipus the King.
Articles, e-books, streaming videos, and books about Aristophanes.
Greek Drama Tragedy
Books, e-books, and streaming videos at Stafford Library
Greek Drama: From Ritual to Theater - Streaming Video
This program traces Greek theater from ancient harvest rites to the golden age of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, and Aristophanes. Key scenes from Antigone, Oedipus Tyrannus, Medea, and Lysistrata show how these works remain relevant by exploring the timeless themes of honor, class, gender, sexuality, and politics.
Ancient Theatres of Greece and Rome - Streaming Video
First Ancient Greek Theaters (3:29) -- Italian Vases: Depiction of Ancient Theater (2:10) -- Theater at the Acropolis (6:00) -- Theater of Dionysus: Changes Over a 1000-Year Period (3:00) -- Odeon of Agrippa and the Theater of Epidarus (2:42) -- Theater of Pompey (3:25)
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