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A caracterização das Danaides nas "Suplicantes" de Ésquilo

Aeschylus’ Suppliants, represented around 463 B.C., tells the story of the fifty daughters of Danaus, who, fleeing from their homeland, Egypt, reach Argos, land of their ancestral Io, seeking asylum and protection. The young girls arrive fleeing from their cousins, the Egyptians, who intend to marry... Full description

PPN (Katalog-ID): dialnetart_7525489
Main Author: de Paoli, Beatriz
Format: Electronic Article
Language: Portuguese
Subjects: Alteridade
Classical Studies
Greek tragedy
Aeschylus
The Suppliants
Characterization
Otherness
Letras Clássicas
Tragédia grega
Ésquilo
Suplicantes
Caracterização
In: Codex: Revista de Estudos Clássicos null 8, Nº. 1 (2020)
ISSN: 2176-1779
Links: Weiterer Link

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520 1 # |a Aeschylus’ Suppliants, represented around 463 B.C., tells the story of the fifty daughters of Danaus, who, fleeing from their homeland, Egypt, reach Argos, land of their ancestral Io, seeking asylum and protection. The young girls arrive fleeing from their cousins, the Egyptians, who intend to marry them by force. This paper aims to discuss some aspects of the characterization of the Danaids in this Aeschylean tragedy, having as a common thread the pair of Greek-Barbaric opposites and trying to observe to what extent this characterization creates what Hartog (1980) calls “otherness effect” and how this “otherness effect” is at the service of a majority pejorative representation of the barbarians. 
520 1 # |a As "Suplicantes", de Ésquilo, tragédia representada em torno de 463 a.C., narra a história das cinquenta filhas de Dânao, que,fugindo de sua pátria, o Egito, chegam a Argos, terra de sua ancestral Io, buscando asilo e proteção. As jovens chegam fugindo de seus primos, os Egipcíades, que pretendem desposá-las à força. O objetivo deste artigo é discorrer sobre alguns aspectos da caracterização das Danaides nessa tragédia esquiliana, tendo como fio condutor o par de opostos gregos-bárbaros e procurando observar em que medida essa caracterização cria aquilo que Hartog (1980) denomina de “efeito de alteridade” e esse “efeito de alteridade” está a serviço de uma representação majoritariamente pejorativa dos bárbaros. 
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