Iphigenia At Aulis
CLYTAEMNESTRA: I am not so void of sense; bethink thee, I shall go through this as well, when I lead the maiden from the chamber to the sound of the marriage-hymn; wherefore I chide thee not; but custom will combine with time to make the smart grow less.
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Review: Iphigenia at Aulis and Iphigenia in TaurisUser Review - Chinook - Goodreads
Blog comment: I am performing in a Greek play Iphigenia at Aulis for one class which should be amusing-we get to drink cocktails with umbrellas during the performance though, so if nothing else we will all get hammered. Read full review
Review: Iphigenia in AulisUser Review - Mary - Goodreads
This was not my favorite of Euripides's plays. I did not enjoy the long speeches early on, even though they did serve their purpose in delivering the back story. I found the changes in personality and ... Read full review