A caracterização de Polifemo no "Ciclope" de Eurípides

Wilson Alves Ribeiro Jr.

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Polifemo, um dos mais assustadores e perigosos monstros da mitologia grega, é um dos principais personagens do drama satírico Ciclope, de Eurípides. Muitos elementos de sua caracterização, inspirada em parte pelo livro 9 da Odisseia de Homero, despontam em outros sombrios personagens de alguns dramas de Eurípides. O sofisticado Polifemo euripidiano também influenciou obras literárias e artísticas a partir do século IV aC e, em nossos dias, alguns traços desse ciclope podem ser encontradas nos malignos ogros de contos de fadas do século XVII.

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Polifemo; drama satírico; Odisseia; Ciclope; Eurípides; contos de fadas; ogros

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