| ||Daniil Iakov|
The Poetics of Ancient Greek Tragedy by Daniil Iakov examines Attic tragedy to identify the relationship between inspiration and reality, truth and falsehood (since tragedy borrows themes from mythology), and between intention and the spectator’s perception of the drama. It then turns to a close examination of Aristotle’s Poetics. A brilliant introduction to Ancient Greek tragedy.
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