- Title Pages
- 1 The Study of Greek Tragedy
- 2 On Stichomythia
- 3 On the Tragedian Chaeremon
- 4 The <i>Pirithous</i> Fragments
- 5 Athenaeus, the Epitome, Eustathius and Quotations from Tragedy
- 6 Review of James Diggle, <i>Tragicorum Graecorum Fragmenta Selecta</i> (Oxford, 1998)
- 7 Three Scribes in Laurentianus 32.2?
- 8 The Funeral Oration in Euripides' <i>Supplices</i>
- 9 The Date of Euripides' <i>Suppliants</i> and the Date of Tim Rice's <i>Chess</i>
- 10 The Stasimon Euripides, <i>Hecuba</i> 905–52
- 11 A Proposal for a Lexicon to Euripides (with incidental remarks on the methodology of specialist dictionaries)
- 12 Review of James Diggle, <i>Euripidis Fabulae</i> Tomus II (Oxford Classical Text, 1981) and <i>Studies on the Text of Euripides</i> (Oxford, 1981)
- 13 Review of James Diggle, <i>Euripidis Fabulae</i> Tomus I (Oxford Classical Text, 1984)
- 14 Two Early Collectors of Euripidean Fragments: Dirk Canter (1545–1617) and Joshua Barnes (1654–1712)
- 15 Jeremiah Markland (1693–1776)<sup>1</sup>
- 16 Samuel Musgrave (1732–80)
- 17 Peter Elmsley (1774–1825)
- 18 James Henry Monk (1784–1856)
- 19 Charles Badham (1813–84)
- 20 F.A. Paley (1816–88)
- Christopher Collard Publications
Liverpool Classical Monthly 5.4 (April 1980) 77–85
- (p.16) 2 On Stichomythia
- Tragedy, Euripides and Euripideans
- Liverpool University Press
Line-by-line dialogue between two characters is integral to Tragedy's verse-form. Although stylised and easy enough to schematize, it is often elusive in function and meaning for the characters's reactions and intentions. The article traces developments in the study of the form, from analyses of verbal and structural techniques to appreciation as drama.
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