Classical Tragedy, Greek and Roman: 8 Plays in Authoritative Modern Translations Accompanied by Critical Essays

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Robert Willoughby Corrigan
Hal Leonard Corporation, 1990 - Drama - 556 pages
(Applause Books). A collection of eight plays along with accompanying critical essays. Includes: "The Oresteia" Aeschylus; "Prometheus Bound" Aeschylus; "Oedipus the King" Sophocles; "Antigone" Sophocles; "Medea" Euripides; "The Bakkhai" Euripides; "Oedipus" Seneca; "Medea" Seneca.
 

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Contents

Translated by Tony Harrison
1
Form and Persecution in the Oresteia
116
Translated by David Grene
135
The Vertical Axis or The Ambiguities of Prometheus
175
Translated by Kenneth Cavander
183
Oedipus the King
245
Translated by Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald
253
The Secret Cause
296
Translated by Robert Bagg
367
A City Sacrificed to a Jealous God
432
Translated by David Anthony Turner
447
Senecas Oedipus
479
A Lost Art
483
Seneca
487
Translated by Frederick Ahl
491
Seneca in Elizabethan Translation excerpts
544

Translated by Michael Townsend
309
A Greek Theater of Ideas
349
An Ecstasy of Madness
553
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