CHORUS The furious Mimas Here blazes in the volley'd fires: and there Another earth-born monster falls beneath The wand of Bacchus wreathed with ivy round, No martial spear. But, as 'tis thine to tend This temple, let me ask thee, is it lawful, Leaving our sandals, its interior parts To visit?
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Review: IonUser Review - Sarah - Goodreads
I'm just not sure how to categorize Ion correctly, because while it's known that Euripides mostly wrote heavy tragedies, this play deviates from the usual "Euripidian" formula, if that makes any sense ... Read full review
Review: IonUser Review - Katies - Goodreads
It's one of the not-so-traditional greek tragedies but nevertheles very good. Sometimes described as tragicomedy which it certainly is and is great like this. Though not so known best I've read. Read full review