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Tzanetou has demonstrated clearly and elegantly how the suppliant plays are both impacted by and impact the understanding of Athens's imperial ambitions.
Like the priest of Oedipus Rex and Father Gapon in Saint Petersburg, the Jeanne d'Arc of Mystere de la Charite and Le Porche de Mystere de la Deuxieme Vertu is a suppliant, one whose demand is for human solidarity.
While Apollo confidently declares that his suppliant is just, the Furies seem to have perhaps an even better argument that he is not.
Chapter 6 ("Reading Suppliant Women") sits rather awkwardly with the rest ofthe book.
220, in which Achilles orders Patroclus to prepare a meal for the suppliant embassy Patroclus sets a huge chopping block "in the glow of the fire" (en pyros augei, 9.
84) Wiles (1997, 188) states that 'although suppliants in normal historical practice might take refuge anywhere within the bounds of a shrine, in the schematic and simplified world of the play the suppliant must cling to the stage object that represents the altar or the statue of the god.
In Mark, "Teacher" is the address used more often than any other title by those who speak to Jesus: disciples (9:5; 10:35; 13:1), suppliants (9:17; 10:51), and even opponents (12:14, 19, 32), the latter with some sarcasm as they attempt to trick him with their legal puzzles.
No doubt director Giorgos Kimoulis knew this: The evening's most thrilling moments tapped into the spirit of the place, as in the opening scene, when Theban suppliants emerged from the foggy woods beyond the stage like time-travelers.
38) Gregory of Nyssa concluded his panegyric on Saint Theodore by calling on him to rally his fellow saints to respond to the suppliants present at the martyr's festival since "the prayers of many just people will exonerate sin.
to the trembling suppliants standing naked before him