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accept actors actual Adrastus Aeschylus Alcestis Amphitryon ancient Greece Aphrodite Argive Argos argued argument Artemis artistic Athenian Athens attempt attitude audience Bacchae believe cause chapter character Chorus clearly connexion conventional critic deities Dionysus divine dramatis personae Euripides express fact feel forces gods Greek tragedy Hera Heracles Hippolytus hostility human implies important incredible instincts Iris and Lyssa least less Lycus lyric madness matter Medea merely modern drama moral motive natural occurred Olympian opinion ordinary view orthodox passage passions Pentheus perhaps personages persons Phaedra play of Euripides plot poet's possible present purpose question rational rationalist readers realistic reason received story reject religion religious satire represent sacred history seems sequence six lines speak spectator spoken stichomythia suggest supernatural Suppliants suppose sure symbolic interpretation symbolists tell Thebans Thebes theory Theseus thing thought tion tragic poets Troades true truth Verrall Verrall's whole wholly words Zeus