Additional Resources for Ajax by Sophocles

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Ashby, Clifford. Classical Greek Theatre: New Views of an Old Subject, University of Iowa Press, 1999.

An examination of Greek theater based on architectural evidence. The author has traveled extensively and examined many of the remaining sites in Greece, Southern Italy, and the Balkans.

Gressler, Thomas H. Greek Theatre in the 1980s, McFarland & Company, 1989.

A study of modern Greek theater in which the author focuses on social and cultural influences of drama, discusses the history of theater, and provides a look at productions and the restoration of theaters.

The Theatre of Apollo: Divine Justice and Sophocles's Oedipus the King, McGill Queens University Press, 1996.

This is a reinterpretation of Sophocles's play that explores Apollo's role in bringing about this tragedy. It also attempts to recreate the play's original staging.

Rehm, Rush. Greek Tragic Theatre, Routledge, 1994. Discusses performances of several plays and encourages readers to consider the context in which the...

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