Seneca's DramaHowever, in the play Seneca is using the Oedipus myth to dramatize only the ideas that Fate is a divine mechanism and that fear ... noted, but by and large Oedipus is a successful dramatization of Stoic thought about Fate, really a companion piece of the essay De Providentia. ... It consists of an Oedipus- Antigone section and a section featuring Jocasta and her warring sons; it also lacks choral passages.
|Author||:||Norman T. Pratt|
|Publisher||:||UNC Press Books - 1983|