is one of the main voices of dissent - she's very suspicious of the whole situation and of Helen in particular.
's focalization transpires very clearly from the narrator's use of a word like "ruthlessly" (literally: "without proper care"); this expresses her dismay at seeing the body of her husband not receiving the burial rituals he is entitled to, but instead being dragged through the dust by Achilles.
In punishment for Thebes's aid to the Trojans, all males of Andromache
's family, namely, her father, Eetion, and her seven brothers, were killed by Achilles, but not Andromache
's mother, who was carried to Troy with the rest of the loot.
: I will gladly leave but only if I am dead.
Baudelaire's poem "The Swan" is especially interesting in this respect; in it the poet traverses the newly rebuilt Place du Carrousel when, as Buck-Morss writes, "his memory is suddenly flooded with the image of Andromache
, wife of Hector, who was left a widow with the destruction of Troy"(178-179).
Espaillat's "Vignette" chisels in tetrameter quatrains an image of Hector's wife, Andromache
, as she walks the walls of Troy in the days just prior to the start of the Greek invasion.
2014 marks a century since the husband-and-wife team of Dr George and Lady Andromache
Papanicolaou first started their research at Cornell Medical College, New York, which ultimately led to the development of the Pap (Papanicolaou) test for early detection of cervical cancer.
Room: Actors' Gang managing director Mark Seldis, who was a producer on Andromache
. DeLorenzo says that Seldis "stole" Zalewski for shows at the Actors' Gang from then on: Oscar Wilde's Salome, directed by David Schweizer (1998); Nikolai Gogol's The Inspector General, adapted and directed by Michael Schlitt (1998); Jeffrey Dorchen's Ugly's First World, directed by Bill Cusack (1999).
In her ongoing grief, Andromache
removes Helen from the picture yet blames her for her current plight.
That crucial first look, so carefully engineered by helmer David Schwimmer, plays out on Andromache
Chalfant's handsome set of a nearly deserted bed-and-breakfast in deepest, darkest Michigan.
Further, since many of his women appear in more than one play (Andromache
, Helen, Hecuba, Electra, Iphigeneia--to name only a few), he has the opportunity to study them not once, but as they develop and react to a variety of situations.