Modes of Greek Literary Influence in Seventeenth-Century French Drama
Tables and Figures
Table 1 Development of ‘Identification Motif ’ 495–7 Table 2 The Motif of Ambitions/Fears for Astyanax’s Future 497–503 Figure 1 Self-sacrificing exchanges between Pylades and Orestes in the Iphigenia in Tauris plays 525 Figure 2 Agamemnon’s speech in Racine’s Iphigénie I.1 526 Figure 3 Astyanax’s resemblance to Hector motif 526
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