The Bacchae: And Other Plays: Ion, The Women of Troy, Helen, The Bacchae

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Penguin Books, 1954 - 234 pages
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User Review  - Iacobus - LibraryThing

Rightly did the ancient Athenians regard Euripidies as a sombre misfit: The Bacchae, first read by me 23 years ago at university, still has power to move and disturb. A truly unsettling examination of family ties, pride, and the capricious world in which we seem to live. Atmospheric. Read full review

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User Review  - Lukerik - LibraryThing

If you are looking to read Euripides in English then I recommend this edition, or any edition, as long as the translator is Philip Vellacott. Read full review


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