Clàr-innse de charactaran cudromach - litreachas clasaigeach

John Campbell 31-07-2023
John Campbell

Seo liosta de chuid de na caractaran cudromach a tha a’ nochdadh ann an litreachas clasaigeach (gu h-àraidh an fheadhainn a tha a’ nochdadh ann an grunn obraichean eadar-dhealaichte) agus na dealbhan-cluiche agus na dàin anns a bheil iad a’ nochdadh.

San fharsaingeachd, cha do chuir mi a-steach e. na diathan (me Zeus, Apollo, Hera, Poseidon, msaa) a tha a’ nochdadh ann an iomadh obair, mar as trice ann an dreuchdan caran beaga, ach a-mhàin far a bheil iad air an cleachdadh mar phrìomh charactaran ann an obair (me Dionysus, Prometheus, msaa). Chan eil mi idir air na caractaran as lugha a thoirt a-steach. Gabhaidh an goireas rannsachaidh a chleachdadh gus coltas charactaran eile nach eil air an ainmeachadh an seo a chaolachadh.

Cuideachd, is urrainn dhut do luchag a ghluasad thairis air ainm a' charactair (na ceanglaichean uaine nas gile) gus fiosrachadh gu math sgiobalta fhaicinn mun fhigear sin ann an miotas-eòlas.

Achilles 4> <4 Agamemnon 4> Antigone Beowulf Creon of Corinth Creon of Thebes Danaus 4> 4> Dionysus

(ris an canar cuideachd Bacchus)

Electra Erinyes (Furies) Eteocles Hecuba Hippolytus Iphigenia Ismene 4> Megara Menelaus Neoptolemus Paris 5>Peleus Semele 5>Tiresias<6 9> Xerxes
Homer: “An Iliad”

Euripides: “Iphigenia at Aulis”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Aegeus Euripides: “Medea”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Aegisthus Homer: “The Odyssey”

Aeschylus: “Agamemnon” ( “Oresteia Trilogy” )

Aeschylus: “An Luchd-giùlain Libation” ( “Oresteia Trilogy” )

Sophocles: “Electra”

Euripides: “Electra”

Seneca the Young: “Agamemnon”

Aeneas Ovid: “An Aeneid”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Homer: “An Iliad”

Aeschylus: “Agamemnon” ( “Oresteia Trilogy” )

Sophocles: “Ajax”

Euripides: “Hecuba”

Euripides: “Iphigenia at Aulis”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Agamemnon”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Troades”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Thyestes”

Ajax Homer: “An Iliad”

Sophocles: “Ajax”

Alcestis Euripides: “Alcestis”
Amphitryon Euripides: “Heracles”

Seneca the Young: “Hercules Furens”

Andromache Homer: “An Iliad”

Euripides: “Andromache”

Euripides: “Na Boireannaich Trojan”

Seneca the Young: “Troades”

Aeschylus: “Seachdnar an aghaidh Thebes”

Sophocles: “Antigone”

Sophocles: “Oedipus at Colonus”

Euripides: “Na Boireannaich Phoenician”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Phoenissae”

Atreus Seneca the Young: “Thyestes”
Bacchus

(ris an canar cuideachd Dionysus)

Hesiod: “Theogony”

Euripides: “The Bacchae”

Aristophanes: “Na losgannan ”

Anonymous: “Beowulf”
Cassandra Aeschylus: "Agamemnon" ( "OresteiaTrilogy” )

Euripides: “Na Boireannaich Trojan”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Agamemnon”

Circe Homer: “The Odyssey”

Apollonius of Rhodes: “An Argonautica”

Clytemnestra Homer: “The Odyssey”

Hesiod: “Theogony”

Aeschylus: “Agamemnon” ( “Oresteia Trilogy” )

Aeschylus: “Na Luchd-giùlain Libation” ( “Oresteia Trilogy” )

Sophocles: “Electra”

Euripides: “Electra”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Agamemnon”

Euripides: “Medea”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Medea”

Sophocles: “ Antigone”

Sophocles: “Oedipus an Rìgh”

Sophocles: “Oedipus at Colonus”

Euripides : “Na Boireannaich Phoenician”

Seneca the Young: “Oedipus”

Aeschylus: “Na Solaraichean”
Deianeira Sophocles: “The Trachiniae”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Demophon Euripides: “Heracleidae”
Dido Vergil: “An Aeneid”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Hesiod: “Theogony”

Euripides: “Am Bacchae”

Aristophanes: “Thelosgannan”

Aeschylus: “Na Luchd-giùlain Libation” ( "Oresteia Trilogy" )

Sophocles: “Electra”

Euripides: “Electra”

Euripides: “ Orestes”

Seneca the Young: “Agamemnon”

Enkidu Anonymous: “Gilgamesh”
Hesiod: “Theogony”

Aeschylus: “An Luchd-giùlain Libation” ( “Oresteia Trilogy” )

Aeschylus: “The Eumenides” ( "Oresteia Trilogy ” )

Euripides: “Orestes”

Aeschylus: “Seachdnar an-aghaidh Thebes”

Euripides: “Na Boireannaich Phoenician”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Phoenissae”

Gilgamesh Anonymous: "Gilgamesh"
Glauce Euripides: “Medea”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Seneca the Young: “Medea”

Grendel Anonymous: “Beowulf”
Hector Homer: “An Iliad”
Euripides: “Hecuba”

Euripides: “Na Boireannaich Trojan”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Seneca the Young: “Troades”

Eilidh Homer: “An Iliad”

Homer: “An Odyssey”

Hesiod: “Theogony”

Euripides: “Na Boireannaich Trojan”

Euripides: “ Eilidh”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Heracles/Hercules

Hesiod: “Theogony”

Sophocles: “The Trachiniae”

Sophocles: “Philoctetes”

Euripides: “Alcestis”

Euripides: “Heracleidae”

Euripides: “Heracles”

Aristophanes: “Na h-Eòin”

Aristophanes: “Na losgannan”

Apollonius of Rhodes: “An Argonautica”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Seneca the Young: “Hercules Furens”

Hermione Euripides: “Andromache”

Euripides: “Orestes ”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Euripides: “Hippolytus”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Seneca the Young: “Phaedra”

Ion Euripides: “Ion”
Euripides: “Iphigenia aig Aulis”

Euripides: “Iphigenia ann an Tauris”

Sophocles: “Antigone”

Sophocles: “Oedipus at Colonus”

Jason Euripides : “Medea”

Apollonius of Rhodes: “The Argonautica”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Seneca the Younger: “Medea”

Jocasta Sophocles: “Oedipus an Rìgh”

Euripides: “Na Boireannaich Phoenician”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Oedipus”

Seneca the Young: “Phoenissae”

Medea Euripides: “Medea”

Apollonius of Rhodes : “An Argonautica”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Medea”

Euripides: “Heracles”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Hercules Furens”

Homer: “An Iliad ”

Homer: “The Odyssey”

Sophocles: “Ajax”

Euripides: “Andromache”

Euripides: “Na Boireannaich Trojan”

Euripides: “Helen”

Euripides: “Orestes”

Euripides: “Iphigenia at Aulis”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”<8

Seneca an tè as òige: “Thyestes”

Sophocles: “Philoctetes ”

Euripides: “Andromache”

Odysseus/Ulysses Homer: " An Iliad”

Homer: “The Odyssey”

Sophocles: “Ajax”

Sophocles: “Philoctetes”

Euripides: “Hecuba”

Euripides: “Cyclops”

Vergil: “An Aeneid”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Faic cuideachd: Sphinx Oedipus: Tùs an Sphinx ann an Oedipus an Rìgh

Seneca the Young: “Troades”

Oedipus Sophocles: “Oedipus an Rìgh”

Sophocles: “Oedipus at Colonus ”

Euripides: “Na Boireannaich Phoenician”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Phoenissae”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Oedipus”

Orestes Aeschylus: “Na Luchd-giùlain Libation” ( “Oresteia Trilogy” )

Aeschylus: "The Eumenides" ( "Tri-eòlas Oresteia" )

Sophocles: " Electra”

Faic cuideachd: Electra - Cluich Euripides: Geàrr-chunntas & Mion-sgrùdadh

Euripides: “Andromache”

Euripides: “Electra”

Euripides: “Iphigenia ann an Tauris”

Euripides: “Orestes”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Seneca an tè as òige: “Agamemnon”

Homer: “An Iliad”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Euripides: “Andromache”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Penelope Homer: “The Odyssey”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Perseus Hesiod: “Theogony”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Phedra Euripides: “Hippolytus”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Seneca the Young: “Phaedra”

Philoctetes Sophocles: “Philoctetes”
Polymestor Euripides: “Hecuba”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Polynices Aeschylus: “Seachdnar an aghaidh Thebes”

Sophocles: “Oedipus at Colonus”

Euripides: “Am Phoenician Boireannaich”

Seneca the Young: “Phoenissae”

Polyphemus Homer: “The Odyssey”

Euripides: “Cyclops”

Polyxena Euripides: “Hecuba”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Priam Homer: “An Iliad”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Prometheus Hesiod: “Obraichean agus Làithean”

Hesiod: “Theogony”

Aeschylus: “Prometheus Bound”

Aristophanes: “Na h-Eòin”

Pylades Aeschylus: “Na Luchd-giùlain Libation” ( “Oresteia Trilogy” )

Sophocles: “Electra”

Euripides: “Electra”

Euripides: “Iphigenia ann an Tauris”

Euripides: “Orestes”

Hesiod: “Theogony”

Euripides: “The Bacchee”

Telemachus Homer: “The Odyssey”
Theseus Hesiod: “Theogony”

Sophocles: “Oedipus at Colonus”

Euripides: “Hippolytus”

Euripides: “The Suppliants”

Euripides: “Heracles”

Ovid: “Heroides”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Seneca the Young: “Hercules Furens”

Seneca the Young: “Phaedra”

Thyestes Seneca an fheadhainn as òige: “Thyestes”
Homer: “An Odyssey”

Sophocles: “Antigone”

Sophocles: “Oedipus an Rìgh”

Euripides: “Na Boireannaich Phoenician”

Ovid: “Metamorphoses”

Seneca the Young: “Oedipus”

Aeschylus: “ThePersians”

John Campbell

'S e sgrìobhadair ealanta agus dealasach litreachais a th' ann an Iain Caimbeul, ainmeil airson a mheas domhainn agus a eòlas farsaing air litreachas clasaigeach. Le dìoghras airson an fhacail sgrìobhte agus ùidh shònraichte ann an obraichean na seann Ghrèig agus na Ròimhe, tha Iain air bliadhnaichean a chuir seachad a’ sgrùdadh agus a’ rannsachadh Tragedy Clasaigeach, bàrdachd liriceach, comadaidh ùr, aoir, agus bàrdachd euchdach.A’ ceumnachadh le urram ann an Litreachas Beurla bho oilthigh cliùiteach, tha eachdraidh acadaimigeach Iain a’ toirt dha bunait làidir airson mion-sgrùdadh breithneachail agus mìneachadh a dhèanamh air na cruthachaidhean litreachais gun ùine sin. Tha a chomas sgrùdadh a dhèanamh air nuances Bàrdachd Aristotle, abairtean liriceach Sappho, eirmseachd gheur Aristophanes, smuaintean sgaiteach Juvenal, agus aithrisean farsaing Homer agus Virgil air leth sònraichte.Tha blog Iain na phrìomh àrd-ùrlar dha airson a bheachdan, a bheachdan agus a mhìneachaidhean air na sàr-eisimpleirean clasaigeach sin a cho-roinn. Tro a mhion-sgrùdadh mionaideach air cuspairean, caractaran, samhlaidhean, agus co-theacsa eachdraidheil, bidh e a’ toirt beò obraichean seann fhuamhairean litreachais, gan dèanamh ruigsinneach do luchd-leughaidh de gach cùl-raon agus ùidh.Tha an stoidhle sgrìobhaidh tarraingeach aige a’ tarraing an dà chuid inntinnean agus cridheachan a luchd-leughaidh, gan tarraing a-steach do shaoghal draoidheil litreachas clasaigeach. Le gach post blog, bidh Iain gu sgileil a’ fighe a thuigse sgoilearach gu domhainnceangal pearsanta ris na teacsaichean sin, gan dèanamh buntainneach agus buntainneach don t-saoghal cho-aimsireil.Air aithneachadh mar ùghdarras na raon, tha Iain air artaigilean agus aistean a chuir ri grunn irisean litreachais agus foillseachaidhean cliùiteach. Tha an t-eòlas aige ann an litreachas clasaigeach cuideachd air a dhèanamh na neach-labhairt mòr-chòrdte aig diofar cho-labhairtean acadaimigeach agus tachartasan litreachais.Leis an rosg seòlta agus an dealas làidir aige, tha Iain Caimbeul dìorrasach a bhith ag ath-bheothachadh agus a’ comharrachadh bòidhchead gun ùine agus cudrom domhainn litreachas clasaigeach. Co-dhiù a tha thu nad sgoilear sònraichte no dìreach nad leughadair fiosrach a tha ag iarraidh saoghal Oedipus, dàin gaoil Sappho, dealbhan-cluiche èibhinn Menander, no sgeulachdan gaisgeil Achilles a rannsachadh, tha blog Iain a’ gealltainn a bhith na ghoireas luachmhor a bheir oideachadh, brosnachadh agus lasadh. gaol fad-beatha dha na clasaichean.