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Women’s Speech in Greek Tragedy: The Case of Electra and Clytemnestra in Euripides’ Electra1

  • Judith Mossman (a1)

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This paper was originally delivered as part of a panel on ‘Audience and Community’ at a conference on ‘Euripides and Tragic Theatre in the Late Fifth Century’, convened by Martin Cropp and Kevin Lee, and held at the Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada, in May 1999. I am most grateful to Laura McClure for allowing me to see the manuscript of her important book before publication; to Edith Hall, for inviting me on to the panel; and to Christopher Collard, Martin Cropp, Helene Foley, Jasper Griffin, Rachel Hoare, Michael Lloyd, Christopher Pelling, and the other participants at the conference for helpful suggestions and discussion.

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1 This paper was originally delivered as part of a panel on ‘Audience and Community’ at a conference on ‘Euripides and Tragic Theatre in the Late Fifth Century’, convened by Martin Cropp and Kevin Lee, and held at the Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada, in May 1999. I am most grateful to Laura McClure for allowing me to see the manuscript of her important book before publication; to Edith Hall, for inviting me on to the panel; and to Christopher Collard, Martin Cropp, Helene Foley, Jasper Griffin, Rachel Hoare, Michael Lloyd, Christopher Pelling, and the other participants at the conference for helpful suggestions and discussion.

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