Due padri, due figli: modelli drammatici 'al maschile' nelle Troiane di seneca

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Abstract

In Senecan Troades the female component plays a prominent role; nevertheless the tragedy stages, with an evident reduplication, two exemplary cases of male pairs consisting of a father and a son: Achilles and Pyrrhus on the one hand, Hector and Astyanax on the other.The papers deals with that, according to the idea that Seneca composes the drama by re-reading the myth in the light of a crucial aspect of Latin thought such as the inheritance of values and patterns of behavior that passes from father to son.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationTroiane classiche e contemporanee
Pages49-71
Number of pages23
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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