Charles Segal (classicist)

Charles Paul Segal (March 19, 1936 — January 1, 2002) was an American classicist renowned for his application of critical theory to ancient texts. Although his work spanned a variety of Latin and Greek genres, he is best known for his work on Greek tragedy. His most influential work is ''Tragedy and Civilization: an Interpretation of Sophocles'' (1981), in which he presents a structuralist approach to Greek theatre. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Segal, Charles, 1936-2002.
Published 1998
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by Segal, Charles 1936-2002
Published 1998
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UICdb)3515573)
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by Segal, Charles, 1936-2002.
Published 1995
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (JKMdb)214089)
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by Segal, Charles, 1936-2002,
Published 1990
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (ELMdb)536243)
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by Segal, Charles, 1936-2002.
Published 1986
...Segal, Charles, 1936-2002. Interpreting Greek tragedy....
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by Euripides.
Published 2001
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by Euripides.
Published 2001
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by Sophocles.
Published 2007
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(CARLI) (Other Sources: (LLCdb)75278)
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by Euripides,
Published 2009
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