Greek tragedy

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Greek tragedy

n (Theat) (= genre)die griechische Tragödie; (= play)griechische Tragödie
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When Thrasymachus has been silenced, the two principal respondents, Glaucon and Adeimantus, appear on the scene: here, as in Greek tragedy, three actors are introduced.
It has all the terrible beauty of a Greek tragedy, a tragedy in which I took a great part, but by which I have not been wounded.
But this old affair, scandalous enough to serve as a motive for a Greek tragedy, arose from the simi- larity of their characters.
The performance is everything you would expect from a Greek tragedy, great costumes, great set, and performances that (if you let them) could easily break your heart.
A MODERN Greek tragedy takes another twist with tomorrow's referendum on the austerity terms demanded by the European Central Bank from an impoverished nation already on its knees.
The actress, from Cardiff, who is married to Wolf Hall and Homeland star Damian Lewis, triumphed for her title role in ancient Greek tragedy Medea, at the National Theatre.
The play is a modern adaptation of the classic Greek tragedy, written by French dramatist Jean Anouilh, a two-time Tony Award winner.
ANTIGONE may have been written more than 2,400 years ago but according to the director of a new production of the Greek tragedy by Sophocles the story is just as relevant today as it has ever been.
Reaching Athens: Community, Democracy and Other Mythologies in Adaptations of Greek Tragedy
A Greek tragedy with tighter trousers and catchier tunes," is how Bart''''s biographer David Stafford describes a life story with its major and minor chords that would see him declared bankrupt and selling the rights to his greatest work.
Springfield is directing this historic biopic about a savvy son of Greek immigrants, who lived the American Dream before it spiraled into a classic Greek tragedy.
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