Pg. 257 of David Markson’s copy of The Complete Greek Drama: Volume Two by Various (Ed. Whitney J. Oates & Eugene O’Neill, Jr.):
On which Markson placed a check next to and underlined a stage direction in Euripides’ The Bacchae:
“(who during the rest of this scene, with a few exceptions, simply speaks the thoughts that Dionysus puts into him, losing power over his own mind)”
In addition to some other underlining of lines by Dionysus and Pentheus.
Speaking of Dionysus putting thoughts into one’s head and losing power over one’s own mind…
“The myth that Dionysus invented wine.
On Mount Nysa.
Wrote Markson on pg. 163 of Vanishing Point.
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