Ramus volume 47, issue 2, P123-151 2018 DOI: 10.1017/rmu.2018.11 View full text
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Oliver Passmore

Abstract: Within Classics, there is growing interest in the nature of reperformance, particularly in relation to archaic and classical Greek poetry and drama. Developing out of the now well-established ‘performative turn’ in studies of early Greek song, and gaining impetus from a series of publications focussing on the contextual specificity of archaic lyric and drama, those interested in reperformance ask what it means for a song or a play, composed for a specific occasion, to be reperformed in another time and (potent…

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