Brazilian Chico Buarque

The Choir starts to have only indirect function. It was function of the choir to show the actions that were being presented for the auditorium, directing its attention and strengthening the tickets that had, as the intention of the poet, to be pointed out, identified well. She was formed for actors who did not represent specific personages, being almost that an only personage, generally with little influence in the tram. According to poetical workmanship, Aristotle considered Eurpedes as the poet most tragic between all. This because Euripedes, beyond the choir, inovouem its dramas. Some contend that Electrolux shows great expertise in this. It created denser personages psychologically, that is, its personages being always overwhelming, with painful feelings, beirando madness.

According to reviewed Urutgua, Giovana Dos Santos says that by being innovative and to have shown to the fragile side and human being of its protagonists it was had as example for some Roman writers. Some subjects of its parts had been retaken, as in the workmanship It mediates, for example, for the Brazilian Chico Buarque who adaptou the workmanship, for Brazilian Medeia. We can see in the workmanship Mediates, its anguish and pain, where this at the beginning of the workmanship, starts to lament, to despair itself because of Jason to have it abondonando for another woman: As I am unhappy! How suffering mine, desventurada! There of me! Why not mount? 115 verses – P. 119. Its workmanships were critical of the society effective Greek of that time and of the tragedies written for previous authors it. Its dramas had transformed the heroes of mythology Greek into common people, citizens the arguable behaviors of the ethical, moral and psychological point of view. Second Eurpedes, the men must be shown with realism. Moreover, the objective of the tragedy said for it was to express the most intense human thoughts, and had as function to analyze, generally in a mitolgico context, the relations between the mortals and the deities, beyond wanting to evaluate the opinions of the proper Athenian citizens, who composed the auditorium.