Does the Hippolytus/Aricia violate the unity of Action? Why or Why not?

The author of Phaedra is Jean Racine.

  • How does Racine arrange his play to follow the three unities of time, place, and action? Does the Hippolytus/Aricia violate the unity of Action? Why or Why not?
  • Examine the relationships of the main characters with their confidants–Hippolytus with Theramenes, Phaedra with Oenone, Aricia with Ismene. What sorts of similarities and differences are there?
  • Racine says that, “Phaedra is neither entirely guilty nor altogether innocent.” Do you agree? Give specifics to support your response.

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