By Liesbeth Schuren
Lengthy, stichomythic dialogues within the tragedies of Euripides are hooked up with many of the maximum difficulties of serious appreciation. the shape is taken into account unnatural rather whilst characters use stichomythia to inform tales to one another. In Shared Storytelling in Euripidean Stichomythia Liesbeth Schuren attempts to rehabilitate Euripidean stichomythia, utilizing pragmatic and narratological methods. within the part dedicated to pragmatic research, comparability among the turn-taking structures in Euripidean stichomythia and of course taking place dialog establishes to what volume conference and realism are operative. utilizing narratological arguments, the normal equipment is accelerated to fit the dialogic nature of narrative stichomythia. research of narrative presentation in storytelling with interlocutors leads to a multi-faceted standpoint, an impact exact to narrative stichomythia.
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141 Thus many of the different subtopics that are broached in this stichomythic conversation are marked by illocutionary expressions, which gradually shift from referring forward to backward, as is visible from the following table: 141 This is considered a tragic aorist by Lloyd (1999) 41, the effect of which is to make the expression less immediate and more polite. He explains the case of Med. 707 as follows: ‘Aegeus is tactful in criticizing Medea’s husband (whatever she herself may have said about him)’ (41).
462b: Καὶ νῦν δὴ τούτων ὁπότερον βούλει ποίει, ἐρώτα ἢ ἀποκρίνου. Here the choice is between asking questions (ἐρώτα) and answering (ἀποκρίνου), which are indeed two opposite communicative roles. 71 Indirectness may become manifest in modality. 72 My discussion of illocutionary expressions will be organized accordingly: first I will discuss second person illocutionary expressions implying an addresseeperspective and next first person illocutionary expressions implying a speakerperspective. 1 Addressee Let us start with illocutionary expressions in the second person that have an addressee-perspective.
261, it 528, 623, Ion 284, 362, Phoen. 621; ἐρευνάω: Hel. 662; ζητέω: it 506; αἰτέω: El. 675, Phoen. 602; χρῄζω: Hcld. 565. Hipp. 270, 327, Andr. 883, Tro. 245, 719, it 540, 809, 912, ia 1139. Hipp. 517, Andr. 1073, Hec. 991, Supp. 750, 1060, El. 773, Tro. 63, it 493, 494, 496, 673, 779, 1030, 1172, Ion 266, 770, 1432, Hel. 562, 1202, 1416, 1522, Phoen. 118, 410, 903, 1656, 1681, Or. 1578, Bacch. 657, 1296, 1345, ia 696. Hipp. 270, 344, 352, 788, Supp. 571, Tro. 720, it 770, Hel. 684, Phoen. 903, 1212, Or.
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