In the wake of August von Schlegel's Vorlesungen über dramatische Kunst und Literatur, many scholars consider that Euripides' Helen crosses the boundaries of tragedy to enter the world of comedy. Instead, the dialogue between Menelaus and the old custodian of Proteus' palace (435-455) shows how Euripides succeeds in integrating without fractures comic stock-in-trade as the door-knocking scene

Euripide tra commedia e tragedia: la scena sulla porta da Aristofane all'Elena

Regali, Mario
2019

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In the wake of August von Schlegel's Vorlesungen über dramatische Kunst und Literatur, many scholars consider that Euripides' Helen crosses the boundaries of tragedy to enter the world of comedy. Instead, the dialogue between Menelaus and the old custodian of Proteus' palace (435-455) shows how Euripides succeeds in integrating without fractures comic stock-in-trade as the door-knocking scene
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