Oidipous & Antigone

Oidipous & Antigone

Sophocles Gerard Koolschijn Piet Gerbrandy / Oct 16, 2019

Oidipous Antigone Oidipous is de tragedie van het noodlot Het orakel van Delfi heeft de held voorspeld dat hij zijn vader zou vermoorden en met zijn moeder zou trouwen Juist zijn pogingen de dans te ontspringen hebben

  • Title: Oidipous & Antigone
  • Author: Sophocles Gerard Koolschijn Piet Gerbrandy
  • ISBN: 9789025363451
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Oidipous is de tragedie van het noodlot Het orakel van Delfi heeft de held voorspeld dat hij zijn vader zou vermoorden en met zijn moeder zou trouwen Juist zijn pogingen de dans te ontspringen hebben ertoe geleid dat gebeurd is wat nu eenmaal gebeuren moest Het toneelstuk toont hoe Oidipous ontdekt wie hij is en wat hij heeft gedaan.Antigone is eerder de tragedie van waOidipous is de tragedie van het noodlot Het orakel van Delfi heeft de held voorspeld dat hij zijn vader zou vermoorden en met zijn moeder zou trouwen Juist zijn pogingen de dans te ontspringen hebben ertoe geleid dat gebeurd is wat nu eenmaal gebeuren moest Het toneelstuk toont hoe Oidipous ontdekt wie hij is en wat hij heeft gedaan.Antigone is eerder de tragedie van wat men persoonlijke vrijheid noemt De heldin kiest ervoor haar religieuze normen boven de wet te stellen, ook al weet zij dat dit haar eigen ondergang betekent Voor de Perpetua reeks maakte Gerard Koolschijn een nieuwe vertaling van het stuk.

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      • Sophocles Gerard Koolschijn Piet Gerbrandy

        Sophocles born c 496 bc, Colonus, near Athens Greece died 406, Athens , Greek German editions Sophokles, Russian , French editions Sophocle was an ancient Greek tragedy playwright Not many things are known about his life other than that he was wealthy, well educated and wrote about one hundred and twenty three plays of which few are extant One of his best known plays is Oedipus the King Oedipus Rex.


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    1. ‎دوستانِ گرانقدر، افسانهٔ <اودیپ> یکی از مشهورترین افسانه های اساطیری در یونان باستان بوده است که <سوفوکل> با هنرمندی تمام آن را تدوین نموده است و میتوان گفت که ارزنده ترین اثر وی میباشد‎عزیزانم، در این داستان، <اودیپ> پسرِ پادشاهِ شهرِ "تب" است از عالمِ غیب به پادشا [...]


    2. Ik heb hier net een heel (afgrijselijk, maar dat lag niet aan Antigone) essay overgeschreven en ik haat het nog steeds niet! Dan moet het wel een goed stuk zijn.


    3. Eerst Antigone gelezen, dat adembenemend was in passages, zo scherp en lyrisch geschreven. Antigone blijft nog steeds een heerlijk modern, conflictueus karakter door de worsteling met haar innerlijke drijfveren tegenover het paternalistisch gezag van Kreon dat haar (en de vrouw an sich) op haar plek probeert te zetten. Enerzijds is ze met haar 16 à 17 jaar oud de opstandige puber, uiteindelijk te fatalistisch in haar eigen verkozen lot, anderzijds is ze de belichaming van individuele vrijheid d [...]


    4. Il ciclo tebano di Sofocle (Edipo re - Edipo a Colono - Antigone) è imperniato sull'ineluttabilità del destino.I due grandi protagonisti, ognuno dell'omonima tragedia - Edipo e Antigone - si ritrovano in balìa del Fato. Sono persone rette, amano la famiglia, rispettano e onorano gli dei non meritano le sventure che si riversano loro addosso. Eppure non basta: è scritto nel destino che la loro stirpe - i Labdacidi - sia seguita dalla disgrazia e la loro vita sia colma di pianto, rovina, morte [...]


    5. Contro il cinismo dell'ateo moderno[EDIPO RE]Da un pò che non lo leggevo, ripreso in mano dopo la lettura de La morte della Pizia di Durrenmatt. Per noi sciatti moderni, cinici e sintetici, suona meglio lo svizzero che Sofocle. Il che, credo, non deve far gridare allo scandalo: ma nemmeno far pensare a qualcuno di riscrivere l'Edipo Re in salsa pop, stile moderno.Baricco, sì, mi rivolgo a te. E pure a tutti i bariccanti barocchi che s'aggirano pretenziosi nell'aere letterario.Colgo l'occasione [...]



    6. Ah Oedipus your deeds are so profound that you have a complex named after you. The Greeks did it best. Like MacBeth centuries after, Oedipus was a victim of a prophecy of his future. He was removed from his home in order to spare him from that fate and because of that removal he ended up doing what they said he would. They don't call them tragedies for nothing.


    7. La edición es una maravilla, tanto los dibujos como las notas a pie de página y la forma en la que está estructurado.



    8. Gelezen voor school.Scripts zijn normaal niet zo mijn ding, maar deze vond ik prachtig. Het verhaal van Oidipous sprak mij het meeste aan.



    9. Edipo reyEdipo, tragedia griega, es la mayor obra de Sófocles en donde se habla del poder del destino y de la búsqueda de la verdad.Edipo, rey de Tebas, se encuentra casado con una hermosa mujer, mayor que él, llamada Yocasta. Reunido con una muchedumbre, Edipo plantea el problema de la peste que afecta a su reino. El oráculo de Delfos le tiene una respuesta: aún no se ha vengado la muerte del rey anterior, Layo. Cuando el culpable sea exiliado o ejecutado, la maldición terminará.Edipo co [...]


    10. Il nucleo della tragedia greca è il conflitto. Non il dolore, non la morte, non la punizione: essi ne sono la conseguenza. Il dramma nasce da uno scontro che può riguardare le intenzioni, i sentimenti, le civiltà, la morale, l'orgoglio. Le tragedie più riuscite sono, infatti, quelle in cui i conflitti si manifestano in maniera più forte, dimostrandosi insolubili, non permettendoci di prendere una posizione chiara in favore di una o dell'altra parte. La morte e la punizione costituiscono qua [...]


    11. I promise to be brutally honest with my opinion, but it should not be taken as fact. Any reader should read it for themselves, before they decide if this book has any merit or not.Do not judge this book baised solely on my opinion.If you do, you might miss out on a great read. You never know. It could happen.1. Strong Main Character/ Female Heroine: Antigone is a very strong heroine, who believes strongly in her rights, but also about the laws of the Gods. She wantst follow God's law, instead of [...]


    12. Imagine being cursed and no matter what you do to avoid it, the curse comes back and ruins your life. Well this happened to Oedipus in Oedipus the King translated by Peter D. Arnott, Oedipus gets cursed that he will kill his father. Oedipus ran away to prevent any harm to his father because of the curse. Oedipus wants to live without the curse but since it’s a curse it’s bound to happen so he runs away from his family and then he gets another curse that he will kill his father and marry his [...]


    13. Oedipus by Sophocles was a relatively short play written in about 400 B.C. and it's a pretty quick read, and for it being so short I'm surprised to say that I actually enjoyed it. Though I'm not sure I'd recommend it to everyone. It's not that story is complicated, it that the way it's written and language might be hard to understand, as well as the references to Greek Gods and Goddesses. The play is basically about a king, named Oedipus, is proposed a life altering question; is his with his mot [...]


    14. Si todo el teatro griego es tan interesante como el de Sófocles, sin duda leeré todas las obras que haya. Aunque todos conocemos el nombre de Edipo por el "complejo de Edipo", pocas personas conocen la verdadera historia, la historia de donde esa esta connotación, sin duda Edipo es una obra maravillosa y trágica, pero ni él ni su madre padecen ninguna patología psicológica, simplemente fueron guiados a eventos trágicos sin darse cuenta. Aunque, debo decir, lo que verdaderamente me sorpre [...]


    15. Calificación: 5Cualquiera que tiene dos dedos de frente conoce el famoso Complejo de Edipo. Cualquiera. Así que Edipo Rey no fue precisamente una revelación para mi, porque yo conocía tanto la historia como su final, pero sí que me gustó poder leerla y conocer concretamente cómo es la historia. Yo antes creía que lo que sucedía era producto de una mente insana y retorcida (tanto por parte de Edipo como de su pareja), pero conocer de verdad lo que sucedió me dio otra perspectiva de la h [...]


    16. I never thought that I would like this story so much. Oedipus has a tragic story. I don’t know how I would react if I found everything I my life was a whole lie. I also don’t know how I would react if I found out that I’m the cause of a lot of pain. Oedipus did the noblest thing by leaving the land of Thebes. He left his own life of luxury to save the people living in his land. Jocasta should have told Oedipus about all of this when he was younger. If she told him what he had done and who [...]


    17. First of all, I've only read Antigone, because it was a must-read for school. At first I thought I liked it, there were a lot of well said thought and it was beautifully written, but the ending was so ridiculous. I wonder if my literature teacher wants everyone in the class to commit suicide as problem solving. Because teachers usually also want students to learn things about life from must-reads, and this book just didn't teach the good way to solve your problems. Not at all. It did teach some [...]


    18. Las dos obras dramáticas de Sófocles que encontramos en este libro tratan el mito de Edipo y la maldición que sus acciones provocan a sus hijas, siendo una de ellas Antígona. Dos obras de la etapa dramática de la Antigua Grecia que son imprescindibles leer si estamos estudiando esta cultura.Fue una obra obligatoria de clase ya que próximamente íbamos a ver la obra representada en nuestra ciudad. Ni me encantó ni me desagradó ya que me gusta mucho la tragedia griega pero algunos personaj [...]


    19. My English class in tenth grade had a Greek unit for a while, so we read Oedipus, amongst other books. While the old language is hard to wrap your mind around, if you break it up into sections and analyze the paragraph, it should be easier to interpret. It was an interesting read, but didn't leave too much of an impression on me.The best part of this unit, however, was when we split up into groups and did a reenactment of a scene in Oedipus. In honor of the then-upcoming Catching Fire movie, we [...]


    20. Antigone and Oidipous remain two of of the greatest Greek plays (among the many obviously). They involve everything you want from a Grecian play: good versus evil, power struggles, doubting, love and above all: the tragic end wherein everyone dies. Even though they may be almost 2500 years old (can you imagine?) they still remain very readable (much more than much younger books) (of course they're translations, I know that ^^) and interesting up until this day (and probably for years to come).


    21. Oedipus rex is a awesome play. i really like this writing piece of Sophocles because i actually understood what happened in the book. Oedipus was teh killer of the king of Thebes but that was mysterious to him. when he was the murderer of the king. the nasty part was when it says he married his mother and the king that he killed is his father. but the end wasnt all that good because he died even his wife/mother killed herself.


    22. I've read the Lattimore and Fagels translations of Sophocles, but it was Holderlin (by way of Constantine) that really pulled me into the story. Although at times it can be nearly impossible to follow the action, the emotion of the plays comes across so strongly there, and this is a real art piece, imaginative and beautiful. I can't imagine seeing it performed, or reading this as the only translation, but I'm so glad I have it to supplement the more traditional translations.


    23. Although I knew the story of Oedipus, of course, Antigone was new to me. The classic Greek tragedies are marvellous, not just to see them well performed but they also make a great read. Chapeau to Gerard Koolschijn, who created a perfect and very readable translation in Dutch of these two plays.


    24. Podría decirse que este libro también entra en la categoría de currently-reading, ya que en clase leímos Antígona y yo, luego de ser motivada por mi profesora y por mi propia curiosidad y amor al teatro, decidí que voy a leer también Edipo rey. Fue muy interesante analizar esta obra. Es la primera vez que leo teatro griego, y fue una muy buena experiencia. Me quedo con ganas de descubrir mucho más.


    25. This book did not appeal to me at first. A man kills his father in order to marry his mother and have kids with her, so instead of having daughters or sons, they are like his sister daughters and sons. It was so weird that it made me sick, but then again it shows us that there is no escape from fate. You may try but you will not succeed.


    26. I read both of these plays for school (10th grade Literature Class). I enjoyed Oedipus Rex, however I liked Antigone better. I also did a video project on Antigone and it was a lot of fun. I can how Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare may have been influenced by it, but I enjoyed Antigone much more!


    27. Oedipus Rex was so tragic,I felt so bad for Oedipus. But yet he learn a powerful message.I felt that Oedipus dissevers the punishment he got. The theme of fate and try to go against in particularly nature. Nature always clearly wins no matter how hard you try, Oedipus learn that the hard way but it overall story is crazy!!


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