Phèdre (en latin : Phaedra), également connue sous le titre Hippolyte (Hippolytus), est une tragédie romaine de Sénèque reprenant le mythe grec de Phèdre.En 1591, Jean Yeuwain la traduit en Hippolyte, tragédie tournée de Sénèque.Depuis le XVIIe siècle, on a considéré que Sénèque a traduit l’Hippolyte porte-couronne d'Euripide.

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  • Phèdre (en latin : Phaedra), également connue sous le titre Hippolyte (Hippolytus), est une tragédie romaine de Sénèque reprenant le mythe grec de Phèdre.En 1591, Jean Yeuwain la traduit en Hippolyte, tragédie tournée de Sénèque.Depuis le XVIIe siècle, on a considéré que Sénèque a traduit l’Hippolyte porte-couronne d'Euripide. D'après Pierre Grimal, dans son édition du texte latin (PUF, collection Erasmus), il semble que l'œuvre du dramaturge latin résulte de la « contamination » de plusieurs sources, dont Sophocle (tragédie perdue), Lycophron et Ovide.Cette tragédie a inspiré le poète latin chrétien Prudence, auteur d'une Passion d'Hippolyte (Peristephanon 11) où il évoque le martyre et le culte de saint Hippolyte de Rome.
  • Phaedra (in italiano Fedra) è una tragedia di Lucio Anneo Seneca.
  • Phaedra, is a play by philosopher and dramatist Lucius Annaeus Seneca, which tells the story of Phaedra, wife of King Theseus of Athens, and her consuming lust for her stepson, Hippolytus. Based on Greek Mythology and the tragedy Hippolytus by Greek playwright Euripides, Seneca's Phaedra is one of several artistic explorations of this tragic story. Seneca portrays the title character as knowing and direct in the pursuit of her stepson, while in other iterations of the myth she is more of a passive victim of fate. This Phaedra takes on the scheming nature and the cynicism often assigned to the Nurse character. Seneca wrote Phaedra during the Roman Empire before 54 C.E., and the play has influenced drama over the centuries since then, particularly the works of Shakespeare and dramas of 16th and 17th century France. Other notable dramatic versions of the Phaedra story that were influenced by Seneca's version include Phèdre by Jean Racine and Phaedra's Love by Sarah Kane. Seneca's play continues to be performed today.Major themes of Phaedra include the laws of nature as interpreted according to Stoic philosophy; animal imagery and hunting; and the damaging effects of the sexual transgressions of mothers and stepmothers.
  • Fedra (Phaedra) é uma tragédia do filósofo e tragediógrafo romano estoico Lúcio Aneu Sêneca, baseada principalmente na tragédia Hipólito, de Eurípides.
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  • Phèdre et Hippolyte par Pierre-Narcisse Guérin, 1802.
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  • Phèdre (en latin : Phaedra), également connue sous le titre Hippolyte (Hippolytus), est une tragédie romaine de Sénèque reprenant le mythe grec de Phèdre.En 1591, Jean Yeuwain la traduit en Hippolyte, tragédie tournée de Sénèque.Depuis le XVIIe siècle, on a considéré que Sénèque a traduit l’Hippolyte porte-couronne d'Euripide.
  • Phaedra (in italiano Fedra) è una tragedia di Lucio Anneo Seneca.
  • Fedra (Phaedra) é uma tragédia do filósofo e tragediógrafo romano estoico Lúcio Aneu Sêneca, baseada principalmente na tragédia Hipólito, de Eurípides.
  • Phaedra, is a play by philosopher and dramatist Lucius Annaeus Seneca, which tells the story of Phaedra, wife of King Theseus of Athens, and her consuming lust for her stepson, Hippolytus. Based on Greek Mythology and the tragedy Hippolytus by Greek playwright Euripides, Seneca's Phaedra is one of several artistic explorations of this tragic story.
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