Euripides Plays 4: "Elektra", "Orestes" and "Iphigeneia in Tauris" (Classical Dramatists)
Euripides is the youngest and most controversial of the three surviving great tragedians from fifth century Athens.His works include Medea, the Trojan Women, the Bacchae, Iphigenia at Aulis and Hippolytus. His polemic, charged plays with their universal themes and significance remain highly relevant to today's society.
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- Euripides(Author) Kenneth McLeish(Author) J. Michael Walton(Introduction)
- Berg 3PL (1 Dec. 2006)
- Music, Stage & Screen
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