Greek Tragic Performance: Further Reading

• B. C. Dietrich, Tradition in Greek Religion (1986), pp. 62-77 (on Dionysus and masks)

• Simon Goldhill, ‘The Great Dionysia and Civic Ideology’, in Nothing To Do With Dionysus, ed. Winkler and Zeitlin (1990)

• Edith Hall, ‘Literature and Performance’, in The Cambridge Illustrated History of Ancient Greece , ed. Paul Cartledge (1998)

• Peter Hall, Exposed by the Mask (2000)

• Tony Harrison, ‘Facing Up to the Muses’, in N. Astley, ed., Tony Harrison (1991)

• A. D. Napier, Masks, Transformation, Paradox  (1986) (ritual v. theatre)

• A. Pickard-Cambridge, The Dramatic Festivals in Athens (1968)

• Adrian Poole, Tragedy: Shakespeare and the Greek Example (1987)

• Rush Rehm, Greek Tragic Theatre  (1992), esp. pp. 39-42

• Oliver Taplin, ‘Masks in Greek Tragedy and in Tantalus’, in Didaskalia , 5.2 (2001): online journal at

• David Wiles, Mask and Performance in Greek Tragedy (2007)

• Jennifer Wallace, The Cambridge Introduction to Tragedy (2007)

 •David Wiles, Greek Theatre Performance: An Introduction  (2000)

• Rowan Williams, The Tragic Imagination (2016)

Thanks to Jennifer Wallace for this reading list