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    Title
    Rites of passage in ancient Greece : literature, religion, society
    Author
    Padilla, Mark William ed.

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    Title:
    Rites of passage in ancient Greece : literature, religion, society / edited by Mark W. Padilla.
    Publication info:
    Lewisburg, Pa. : Bucknell University Press, 1999.
    Physical description:
    312 p. ; 25 cm.
    Content type:
    text
    Medium:
    unmediated
    Format:
    volume
    Series Title:
    Bucknell review ; v. 43, no. 1
    Contents:
    Hyllus' coming of age in Sophocles' Trachiniae / Dora C. Pozzi -- Euripides' Hippolytus and the trials of manhood (the ephebia?) / Robin Mitchell-Boyask -- Euripides' Ion / Charles Segal -- Violence of community / Barbara Goff -- Io in the Prometheus bound / Phyllis B. Katz -- Antigone's unnoticed rite of passage / Wm. Blake Tyrrell -- Euripides' Helen and female rites of passage / Bella Zweig -- Transvestite Dionysos / Jan N. Bremmer -- Choes and Anthesteria reconsidered / Greta L. Ham -- Fluctuating meanings / Ken Dowden -- Solon on the beach / David D. Leitao -- Indigenous and modern perspectives on tribal initiation rites / Claude Calame.
    Subject term:
    Greek drama (Tragedy)--History and criticism.
    Subject term:
    Greek literature--Themes, motives.
    Subject term:
    Rites and ceremonies--Greece.
    Added author:
    Padilla, Mark William ed.
    ISBN:
    083875418X

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