The complete Greek tragedies, Volume 1

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University of Chicago Press, 1956 - English drama (Tragedy) - 2084 pages
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User Review  - saturnloft - LibraryThing

When it comes to tragic irony, few ancient or modern playwrights come close to Sophocles and these are the three works that showcase his dark genius at its best. This particular edition is translated ... Read full review

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User Review  - LisaMaria_C - LibraryThing

Sophocles' is one of only three Ancient Greek tragedians with surviving plays. The plays by the earliest, Aeschylus, remind me of a ancient frieze--not stilted exactly, but still stylized, very formal ... Read full review

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Contents

AGAMEMNON
35
THE LIBATION BEARERS
93
THE EUMENLDES
135
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