Garnier’s La Troade, Homer, and Raison d’État
Like Jean de Sponde’s commentary, Robert Garnier’s La Troade is revealing of changing currents in the political thought of its time: through its portrayal of the character Odysseus, the play both demonstrates and deplores the transformation of royal prudence into an impersonal political force, the raison d’État.
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