Aeschylus: Suppliant maidens. Persians. Prometheus. Seven against Thebes v. 2. Agamemnon. Libation-Bearers. Eumenides. Fragments

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Harvard University Press, 1996 - Drama

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User Review  - Zohrab - LibraryThing

Hard to understand but naturally since they were written in about 500 BC. Most plays are historical reflecting events during those times . Excellent plays opening windows to the ancient times. Great source if one wants to know more about Greek Gods and their legends Read full review

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User Review  - Hera - LibraryThing

Oscar Wilde thought the Agamemnon the best play ever written and he may be right. The language is so beautiful and the tension is perfect. I love this play and the others in the trilogy. The story ... Read full review

Contents

THE SUPPLIANT MAIDENS 2
33
THE PERSIANS
108
FROMETHKUS BOUND
211
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