- Title Pages
- 1 The titles of Greek dramas
- 2 Violence in Greek drama*
- 3 Adolescence, ephebeia, and Athenian drama
- 4 <i>Sherlockismus</i> and the study of fragmentary tragedies
- 5 The seniority of Polyneikes in Aeschylus' <i>Seven</i>
- 6 The beginning and the end of Aeschylus' Danaid trilogy
- 7 The theatre audience, the <i>Demos</i>, and the <i>Suppliants</i> of Aeschylus*
- 8 Sleeping safe in our beds: stasis, assassination, and the <i>Oresteia</i>
- 9 The tangled ways of Zeus
- 10 The omen of Aulis or the omen of Argos?
- 11 <i>Pathos</i> and <i>mathos</i> before Zeus
- 12 <i>Oresteia</i> Act II: two misconceptions
- 13 Aeschylus' epitaph
- 14 Dearest Haimon
- 15 ‘They all knew how it was going to end’: tragedy, myth, and the spectator
- 16 Alternative scenarios in Sophocles' <i>Electra</i> *
- 17 Sophocles' Palamedes and Nauplius plays: no trilogy here
- 18 ‘The rugged Pyrrhus’: the son of Achilles in tragedy
- 19 What <i>ought</i> the Thebans to have done?
- Index Locorum
- General Index
- The Tangled Ways of Zeus
- Oxford University Press
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