Día y noche, luz y oscuridad en las Bacantes de Eurípides

  • Enno Friedrich University of Rostock
Palabras clave: armonía, Bacantes, día, Dioniso, Eurípides, interpretación, luz, noche, oscuridad, Penteo, sacrificio

Resumen

En mi artículo sigo el tema de la luz y la oscuridad en las Bacantes de Eurípides. La luz y la oscuridad son uno de los muchos hilos de significado de las Bacantes. Va de la mano de la interpretación general de la obra. La luz y la oscuridad están presentes en las caracterizaciones de Dioniso y Penteo. Más que eso, las caracterizaciones a través de la luz y la oscuridad cambian de acuerdo con la historia de la obra. Una lectura atenta de las Bacantes en términos de luz y oscuridad puede, por tanto, ayudar a determinar qué evaluaciones de Penteo y Dioniso están inscritas en la obra. El drama de la luz y la oscuridad sugiere una interpretación del sparagmos como sacrificio expiatorio y de la restauración de la armonía al final de la obra.

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2023-10-10
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Friedrich, E. (2023). Día y noche, luz y oscuridad en las Bacantes de Eurípides. ARYS. Antigüedad: Religiones Y Sociedades, (21), 15-40. https://doi.org/10.20318/arys.2023.7511
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