The Dramatic Function of Antilabe In Greek Tragedy

Antilabe (an-ti-la-bey) is a device in Greek tragedy where a line of verse is split between two or more speakers. Doesn’t happen very often, so seemed like a good idea for my M.Litt thesis. How many words can you possibly devote to something so obscure? Oh, just the 80,0000.

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