The Moral Standpoint of Euripides

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Blackie & Son, 1906 - Didactic drama, Greek - 35 pages
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Page 7 - though the mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind exceeding small,
Page 5 - is not too much to say that on the Euripidean stage whatever is said by a divinity is
Page 4 - There can be no doubt that Euripides regarded the received State religion as an unmixed evil. Lengthy discussion is unnecessary, for the main contentions of Dr. Verrall are now generally accepted.
Page 3 - is to try to explain why Euripides, while cordially agreeing with those who denied the existence of the gods, and

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