A study of all of the major tragedies of Jean Racine, France’s preeminent dramatist—and, according to many, its greatest and most representative author—Mitchell Greenberg’s work offers an exploration of Racinian tragedy to explain the enigma of the plays’ continued fascination. Greenberg shows how Racine uses myth, in particular the legend of Oedipus, to achieve his emotional power.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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