Four Greek Plays
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1988 - Drama - 324 pages
A collection of four timeless plays: Agamemnon by Aeschylus, translated by Louis MacNeice; Oedipus Rex by Sophocles, translated by Dudley Fitts and Robert Fitzgerald; Alcestis by Euripides, translated by Fitts and Fitzgerald; and The Birds by Aristophanes, translated by Fitts. Introductory Note by each translator; Index.
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admetos Aegisthus Agamemnon Alcestis altar antistrophe Apollo Athens Atreus Basileia beaks Birds blind blood bring CASSANDRA child choragos chorus Cloudcuckooland clytemnestra comes Corinth curse damned dark daughter dead dear dearest death decree-vendor door dread Dudley Fitts earth Enter epops euelpides Euripides evil Exit eyes fate father fear God's gods Greek grief hand happy hate hear heart Heaven herakles herald honor Hoopoe husband inspector iokaste iris killed kinesias King kreon Lai'os Laios LEADER live look lord manservant matter messenger meton mother mourning murder never night oedipus Olympos oracle palace pheres Phoibos PISTHETAIROS play poet Polybos poseidon pray priest Prokne PROMETHEUS prophet Queen sacrifice servant shepherd singing slave song sorrow speak stranger strophe teiresias tell Tereus Thebes there's Thessaly thing TRIBALLIAN Troy voice What's wife wings woman words Zeus