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Matusiak, Patrycja: "Socrates the Half-dog as a comics reading of a ‘first-class Greek tragedy’." In: Scripta Classica 13 (2016), S. 85–92. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: English
BibTeX citation key: Matusiak2016
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Keywords: Adaptation, Blain. Christophe, Classical antiquity, France, Homer, Literature, Myth, Sfar. Joann
Creators: Matusiak
Collection: Scripta Classica
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Abstract
The comics Socrates the Half‑dog tells a story of Heracles, accompanied by a dog called Socrates who has tendency to philosophize. The both of them also encounter a blind cyclops Homer, who is a songwriter, Ulysses, running away from Penelope, and a young Oedipus.
  
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