The Hecuba of Euripides

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W. S. Hadley
Cambridge University Press, Nov 18, 2011 - History - 144 pages
Hecuba is a tragedy written by Euripides in c. 424 BC, it depicts the grief of Hecuba, Queen of Troy, over the loss of a son and daughter and her subsequent revenge on Polymestor. First published in 1894, as part of the Pitt Press Series, this book provides the complete text of Hecuba in the original Ancient Greek, together with an introduction, commentary, and generous notes. Consummately edited, it will be of value to anyone with an interest in Classical literature.
 

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