Euripides Andromache

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Clarendon Press, 1971 - Drama - 255 pages
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ANDROMACHE: Ah! kind companion of my bondage, for such thou art to her, who, erst thy queen, is now sunk in misery; what are they doing? What new schemes are they devising in their eagerness to take away my wretched life?

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Euripides has every right to be called the master of tragedies, challenging his own contemporaries by introducing unorthodox practices that have survived till today, two and a half millenia later. Its ... Read full review

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Euripides has every right to be called the master of tragedies, challenging his own contemporaries by introducing unorthodox practices that have survived till today, two and a half millenia later. Its ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Date and PIace of Production
15
The Hypotheses
26
Copyright

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Euripides, the youngest of the three great Athenian playwrights, is thought to have written about ninety-two plays, of which seventeen tragedies and one satyr-play have survived.

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