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" which has come down to us, is an unfortunate rather than a guilty woman: a victim rather than a votary of Aphrodite. But Euripides had brought out an earlier play called "
The Frogs - Page 71
by Aristophanes - 1905 - 157 pages
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The Frogs, Parts 1-2

Aristophanes - Dionysus (Greek deity) - 1897
...‘to shape himself to these models.' 1. 1043. +nL8pas. The Phaedra, in the Iww4Xvvo, as-aaa¿6por which has come down to us, is an unfortunate rather...But Euripides had brought out an earlier play called ‘IrwóAvros s-aAvrs-6¿in'or, in which the reckless passion of Phaedra, and the sophistical excuses...
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The Athenian Family: A Sociological and Legal Study, Based Chiefly on the ...

Charles Albert Savage - Athens (Greece) - 1907 - 137 pages
...impressions derived from a study of Sophocles, as to the * While it is true that the Phaedra of the play which has come down to us is an unfortunate rather than a deliberately guilty woman, yet it is evident that in the earlier play, which was apparently distasteful...
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The Athenian Family: A Sociological and Legal Study, Based Chiefly on the ...

Charles Albert Savage - Athens (Greece) - 1907 - 137 pages
...impressions derived from a study of Sophocles, as to the * While it is true that the Phaedra of the play which has come down to us is an unfortunate rather than a deliberately guilty woman, yet it is evident that in the earlier play, which was apparently distasteful...
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