Vida de Ésquilo

Marcus Mota

Resumo


Apresenta-se a tradução do texto anônimo Vida de Ésquilo, que se encontra nos manuscritos medievais que nos transmitiram a obra restante de Ésquilo. Fruto da colagem de diversas fontes como Aristófanes e as próprias tragédias de Ésquilo, Vida de Ésquilo contribui tanto para reforçar alguns estereótipos da dramaturgia de Ésquilo, quanto para fornecer informações sobre o dramaturgo e seus contextos histórico e cênico.


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Ésquilo; biografia; dramaturgia; teatro grego.

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