Literature Cambridge: Women in Tragedy
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The Power of Women in Greek and Shakespearean Tragedy
Women are frequently at the heart of tragic drama – whether as figures of threat, objects of fascination, sources of desire, or sites of conflict and anxiety. They represent destabilising forces, yet also embody a world of value which it is tragic to lose or destroy. This course will explore these issues by looking at some classic plays by Shakespeare and by the Greeks.
The course has 7 sessions from 7th October to 2nd December. For tickets and more information, click here.