Classical Tragedy, Greek and Roman: 8 Plays in Authoritative Modern Translations Accompanied by Critical Essays
Robert Willoughby Corrigan
Applause Theatre Book Publishers, 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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Aegisthus Aeschylus Agamemnon Agave Aigeus anger Antigone Apollo Argos Athena Bacchae Bakkhai Bakkhos blood bloodclan bloodgrudge bloodkin bloodright bring brother Cassandra child Choragos Chorus Cithaeron clanchief Clyt Clytemnestra Creon crime curse dance dark daughter dead death Delphi Dionysos dramatic earth Euripides evil exile eyes face fate father fear feel fire friends Furies give gods godstone Greek guilt Haimon hands hate he-god hear heart heaven Hermes honor human Ismene Jason Jocasta Kadmos killed king Laius life-lot listen live look maenads Medea Messenger mind mocked mortal mother mountain murder never night Nurse Oedipus oracle Orestes pain palace Pentheus pity play Polybus pray prayers Prometheus Seneca Sentry she-child Shepherd Sophocles sorrow speak suffer sword tears Teiresias tell theater Thebes there's thing tragedy translated truth vengeance voice wand woman women words Zeus