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GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

DATE
  • Fitch, J. G. “Sense-Pauses and Relative Dating in Seneca, Sophocles and Shakespeare.” AJPhil 102 (1981): 289–307.
PERFORMANCE
  • Harrison, G. W. M., ed. Seneca in Performance. London, 2000.
  • Sutton, D. F. Seneca on the Stage. Leiden, 1986.
CRITICISM
  • Bartsch, S., and A. Schiesaro, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Seneca. Cambridge, 2005.
  • Bartsch, S., and D. Wray, eds. Seneca and the Self. Cambridge, 2009
  • Boyle, A. J. Tragic Seneca: An Essay in the Theatrical Tradition. London, 1997.
  • ———, ed. Seneca Tragicus: Ramus Essays on Senecan Drama. Victoria, Australia, 1983.
  • Calder III, W. M. “Seneca: Tragedian of Imperial Rome.” CJ 72 (1976): 1–11.
  • Damschen, G., and A. Heil, eds. Brill’s Companion to Seneca: Philosopher and Dramatist. Leiden, 2011.
  • Fitch, J. G. “Speaking Names in Senecan Drama.” In Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry, edited by P. Mitsis and I. Ziogas, 313–32. Berlin, 2016.
  • Fitch, J. G., and S. McElduff, “Construction of the Self in Senecan Drama.” Mnemos 55 (2002): 18–40.
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GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Henry, D., and E. Henry. The Mask of Power: Seneca’s Tragedies and Imperial Rome. Warminster, 1985.
  • Herington, C. J. “Senecan Tragedy.” Arion 5 (1966): 422–71.
  • ———. “The Younger Seneca.” In The Cambridge History of Classical Literature, edited by E. J. Kenney, 2:511–53. Cambridge, 1982.
  • Lefèvre, E., ed. Senecas Tragödien. Darmstadt, 1972.
  • Littlewood, C. A. J. Self-Representation and Illusion in Senecan Tragedy. Oxford, 2004.
  • Owen, W. H. “Commonplace and Dramatic Symbol in Seneca’s Tragedies.” TAPA 99 (1968): 291–313.
  • Rosenmeyer, T. G. Senecan Drama and Stoic Cosmology. Berkeley, 1989.
  • Tarrant, R. J. “Senecan Drama and Its Antecedents.” Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 82 (1978): 213–63.
  • Trinacty, C.V. Senecan Tragedy and the Reception of Augustan Poetry. Oxford, 2014.
  • Volk, K., and G. D. Williams, eds. Seeing Seneca Whole: Perspectives on Philosophy, Poetry and Politics. Leiden, 2016.
INFLUENCE AND RECEPTION
  • Braden, G. Renaissance Tragedy and the Senecan Tradition. New Haven, 1985.
  • Cohon, B. J. “Seneca’s Tragedies in Florilegia and Elizabethan Drama.” PhD diss., Columbia University, 1960.
  • Cunliffe, J. The Influence of Seneca on Elizabethan Tragedy. London, 1893.
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