Bryn Mawr Classical Review 1998.5.07
Word count: words
1. Her methods are wonderful in reinterpreting the Hekabe, for instance; the essay on Penelope mainly adds to the current discussion by its focus on the artifact of the bed; the essay on the Ion seems to me to press the significance of the decorations in Ion's birthday tent too far.
2. Barbara Goff, The Noose of Words (Cambridge, England, 1990). Nancy Rabinowitz, Anxiety Veiled (Ithaca, 1993); Zeitlin cites only one of Rabinowitz' earlier articles on the play (in Helios for 1987, omitting the one in Arethusa, 1986), and does not mention her book.