Available at O’Keefe Library
Following is a list of resources available at O’Keefe Library or on the Internet that
can be used in preparation for using Antigone in your course curriculum this fall.
For help in finding additional resources outside of O’Keefe Library, please
contact one of the reference librarians at ext. 6245.
The burial at Thebes : a version of Sophocles' Antigone, by Seamus Heaney,
2004. PR6058. E2 B87 2004
Female acts in Greek tragedy, by Helene Foley, 2001. PA3136. F65 2001.
Sophocles, translated by Hugh Lloyd-Jones, 1997. PA3612 .S7
On trial: from Adam & Eve to O.J. Simpson, by George Anastaplo, 2004. K540
Generations: an introduction to drama, by Milly Barranger, 1969. PN6120. C65
The art of drama, by Richard Dietrich, 1969. PN6112. D54 1969
Sophocles: a collection of critical essays, by T. Woodard, 1966. PA4417. W6.
Character and conflict: an introduction to drama, by Alvin Kernan, 1963.
PN6112. K4 1963.
Five plays, by Jean Cocteau, 1961. PQ2605. O15 A24 1961.
Makers of modern theater, by Barry Ulanov, 1961. PN6111. U4 1961.
The complete Greek tragedies, by David Grene, 1960. PA3626. A2 G67
Greek civilization, by Andre Bonnard, 1957. DF77. B653 1957 v.2
The play: a critical anthology, by Eric Bentley, 1951. PN6112. B43.
The Theben plays, by Sophocles, translated by E.F. Watling, 1947. PA4414. A2
Sophocles in single plays for the use of schools: Antigone, by Lewis Campbell,
1934. PA 4413. A7 1934.
Sophocles, translated by F. Stor, 1951. PA 3612. S75
ONLINE FULL-TEXT BOOKS (available through the library
Antigone, translated by Project Gutenberg
King Oedipus, Oedipus at Colonus, Antigone: notes including introductions and
backgrounds, by Robert Milch
A commentary on the plays of Sophocles, by James Hogan
Sophocles’ Oedipus plays: Oedipus the king, Oedipus at Colonus, and Antigone,
by Harold Bloom
Antigone, 1988, Ivy Classics Video, George Tzavellas – director. Media PA4412.
Annotated Study Guide for Sophocles’ Antigone, by Robin Mitchell-Boyask,
Temple University, http://www.temple.edu/classics/antigone.html
Full-text of the play Antigone, by Fordham University,
Things to Think About as You Read Sophocles’ Antigone, University of Texas,
Feminine Identity in Sophocles’ Antigone, by Laura B. Droege, University of
Sophocles’ Antigone: a summary, from Reed College.
The Burial at Thebes: performance history, by Prof. Lary Opitz, Skidmore.
Sophocles’ Antigone, translation by F. Storr, Scholar of Trinity College,
Sophocles (c. 496-406 BCE) Brief Biography, by Leigh Denault, 2003.
Project Gutenberg full text online of Antigone.
Journal Articles: (these are available full-text in electronic databases)
Chan, S. (2003). A New Triptych for International Relations in the 21 st Century:
beyond waltz and beyond Lacan’s Antigone. Global Society: Journal of
Interdisciplinary International Relations, 17(2), 187-208.
Marini, F. (1992). The Uses of Literature in the Exploration of Public
Administration Ethics: The Example of Antigone. Public Administration Review,
Singh, F. (2003). Antigone’s Changed Punishment: Gynaecology as penology in
Sophocles’ Antigone. Australian Feminist Studies, 18(40), 7-16.
Fox, M. (2001). The Idea of Women in Peacekeeping: Lysistrata and Antigone.
International Peacekeeping, 8(2), 9-22.
Hartouni, V. (1986). Antigone’s Dilemma: a problem in political membership.
Hypatia, 1(1), 3-20.
Willink, C. (2000). The Opening Speech of Sophocles’ Antigone. Mnemosyne,
Cropp, M. (1997). Antigone’s Final Speech. Greece & Rome, 44(2), 137-160.
Maxwell, J. (1949). Creon and Angelo: A parallel study. Greece & Rome, 18(52),
Easterling, P. (1977). Character in Sophocles. Greece & Rome, 24(2), 121-129.
Raji, W. (2005). Africanizing Antigone: Postcolonial Discourse and Strategies of
Indigenizing a Western Classic. Research in African Literature, 36(4), 135-154,
Van Steen, G. (2005). Forgotten Theater, Theater of the Forgotten: Classical
Tragedy on Modern Greek Prison Islands. Journal of Modern Greek Studies,
Gurnham, D. (2004). The Otherness of the Dead: the fates of Antigone,
Narcissus, and the Sly Fox, and the Search for Justice. Law & Literature, 16(3),
Festic, F. (2003). Antigone in (Post)-Modern Palestine. Hecate, 29(2), 86-98.
Rosenthal, C. (2000). Antigone’s Example: a view of the living theatre’s
production, process, and praxis. Theatre Survey, 41(1), 68-87.
Adkins, B. (1999). Kant and the Antigone: the possibility of conflicting duties.
International Philosophical Quarterly, 39(4), 455-466.
Kastely, J. (1999). From Formalism to Inquiry: a model of argument in Antigone.
College English, 62(2), 222-241.
Holland, C. (1998). After Antigone: Women, the past, and the future of feminist
political thought. American Journal of Political Science, 42(4), 1108-1132.
Frank, B. (1998). Sophocles’ Antigone. Explicator, 56(4), 170-171.
There are many other articles that can be borrowed from other libraries. Ask for
assistance at the reference desk.