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In: The Legacy of Opera
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In: The Legacy of Opera
In: The Legacy of Opera
In: The Reception of Aeschylus’ Plays through Shifting Models and Frontiers

light .” 49 In this way, any remaining glimpse of Woman’s identity as either/both actress and character is eventually negated. Woman does definitely not exist as an independent subject but rather as a stage prop, with neither voice nor agency of her own, like Man before her. Throughout the play, Woman

In: Dionysus on the Other Shore