Resos - Ciltli

  • Title: Resos - Ciltli
  • Author: Euripides Sema Sandalcı
  • ISBN: 9786053604198
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Resos Ciltli Euripides y Atina n n yeti tirdi i b y k tragedya airi aras nda en fazla eseri g n m ze ula an sanat olarak zel bir yeri vard r Bu zelli i enliklerde Aiskhylos ve Sophokles kadar birincilik d
    Euripides y.484 406 Atina n n yeti tirdi i b y k tragedya airi aras nda en fazla eseri g n m ze ula an sanat olarak zel bir yeri vard r Bu zelli i enliklerde Aiskhylos ve Sophokles kadar birincilik d l kazanmam olsa da halk aras nda daha ok be enilen bir air olmas na ba lan r Euripides, tragedyalar nda insanlar y k ma s r kleyen yanl tutum ve d Euripides y.484 406 Atina n n yeti tirdi i b y k tragedya airi aras nda en fazla eseri g n m ze ula an sanat olarak zel bir yeri vard r Bu zelli i enliklerde Aiskhylos ve Sophokles kadar birincilik d l kazanmam olsa da halk aras nda daha ok be enilen bir air olmas na ba lan r Euripides, tragedyalar nda insanlar y k ma s r kleyen yanl tutum ve d nceleri sergileyip, olas felaketleri nceden g stererek ruhlar e itmeyi ama lam t r, kahramanlar da insana zg zay fl k ve kusurlar ta rlar Resos tragedyas n n esin kayna Homeros un lyada destan nda anlat lan kral Resos un ac l m d r Euripides bu tragedyada kral olma sorumlulu unu ve sava n k t yanlar n da vurgulam t r.

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    1. Greek Euripides Ancient Greek ca 480 BC 406 BC was the last of the three great tragedians of classical Athens the other two being Aeschylus and Sophocles Ancient scholars thought that Euripides had written ninety five plays, although four of those were probably written by Critias Eighteen of Euripides plays have survived complete It is now widely believed that what was thought to be a nineteenth, Rhesus, was probably not by Euripides Fragments, some substantial, of most of the other plays also survive More of his plays have survived than those of Aeschylus and Sophocles together, partly because of the chance preservation of a manuscript that was probably part of a complete collection of his works in alphabetical order.enpedia wiki Euripides


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    1. Okulda öğrendiğim bir şeyi hayatımda kullanabilmek çok güzel bir şey. Humanities dersinde okuduğumuz bütün o metinler olmasaydı tahminen Resos'tan pek bir şey anlamazdım fakat karakterler hakkında az çok bir fikrim olduğundan gayet keyif aldım. Birkaç yerde kafamı karıştıran noktalar olmadı mı, oldu, ya da hiçbir fikrimin olmadığı karakterler yok muydu, vardı. Ama onları da Google amcanın yardımlarıyla tamamladım. Bir ara daYakarıcılar'ı okumayı istiyorum, [...]

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    2. Ésta es una tragedia que muy probablemente no pertenezca a Eurípides. Es una obra que no contiene tal vez un gran componente trágico mas bien dramático.Incluye el pasaje justo de acción por parte de Diómedes y Odiseo, en que se encargan de Dolón y posteriormente del Rey de Tracia Reso, hijo de la musa Trepsícore y el río Estrimón. Todo esto visto más del lado troyano en el cual desfilan una gran cantidad de personajes como Héctor, Paris, Eneas y el propio Reso. Éste, que acaba de ll [...]

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    3. Today I achieved a goal I've been working on for a long time. I've been trying to more or less read the Great Books of the Western World in chronological order (not all of them though, I couldn't care less about reading some of the ancient science and math books on there), and one of the first things after Homer's epics is to read the entire extant Greek tragedies. This is not as easy as it sounds, since the fact is when you read a few Greek plays you've essentially read them all. To read them a [...]

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    4. İlyada'da geçen ufak bir olayı bira daha detaylı bir şekilde okuyucuya sunan "The Rhesos / Resos", Kral Resos'un Odysseus ve Diomedes tarafından talihsiz bir şekilde öldürülmesini konu alıyor. Euripides'in diğer tragedyalarına göre daha hafif bir oyun olan "Resos"da asıl anlatılmak istenen ise savaşın, daha doğrusu hayatın adil olmayışı. Basit hikayesi ve zayıf kurgusuyla diğer tragedyaların yanında biraz sönük kalsa da Euripides'in eseri olması sebebiyle kesinlikle [...]

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    5. It's always nice to see Hector, but I think I'm missing the point of this play. It's an interesting expansion of the events of book 10 of the Iliad, but it seems like it must be a parable about Athens' contemporary wars or something like that.

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    6. I;m still not quite sure what to make of this story. It’s remarkably unsatisfactory. Hector gets to be self-righteous, and Odysseus gets to be an evil sneak-theif and assassin, but the tale does nothing to change the status quo, and leaves one with the sense of an episode that could easily be left out, for its inclusion or excision changes nothing.

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    7. I'm not quite sure if this edition matches up with my edition of Rhesus that I read, but as a foreward, I would like to say that I'm reviewing just the play I mentioned. This play is the first of a few that I will be reviewing from the works of Euripides; since I have already read a few more since I marked this as read, I can tell that this is a much weaker play than the others- perhaps it is not the best to start with for a first impression of a playwright that I actually really enjoy. Rhesus i [...]

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    8. Il "Reso" è un testo sui generis Una tragedia tarda (IV secolo) sopravvissuta solo perché erroneamente attribuita ad Euripide; ma le sue innovazioni drammatiche sono troppo grandi anche per il più moderno della triade dei tragici greci. Ad essere scardinata è l'unità d'azione, categoria fondamentale della tragedia classica, almeno secondo Aristotele: il Resosi presenta come una serie di scene che si giustappongono e si riecheggiano tra loro, solo apparentemente slegateInoltre, la simbologia [...]

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    9. No wonder that there are constant disputes about Euripides' authorship of this play. This play is just lame. There's almost no plot and what there is, is not catchy. Yes, it's usual for tragedies to have less in terms of plot in order to have more in terms of poetry, dialoque and argumentation but frankly those people are just talkig. No greatness in here.

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    10. I like the way Euripides portrayed Hector as a foolish leader because, while Agamemnon is in a standoff with Achilles in the Greek camp, Hectors false assumptions about Rhesus, brings a proper balance of the foreshadowing ego flaws on both sides.

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    11. Euripides takes a short scene in the Iliad where Odysseus and Diomedes kill Rhesus of Thrace and steal his horses, and builds a full independent tragedy that follows exactly the Iliad plot, but in a dramatic stage.

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