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Agamemnon - Philip de May, Judith Affleck, John Harrison, Aeschylus, P.E. Easterling
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Format: paper
ISBN: 9780521010757 (0521010756)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
Series: Ορέστεια -3 (#1)
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Diocletian rated it
As much as I wanted to love this book, it was only "meh". Don't get me wrong, it is a masterpiece, but it is a historical masterpiece, not a current one. This book has two main things going against it. One, it is not really even a book. It is a play, so reading this is similar to reading a script, ...
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1.0 Aeschylus: Agamemnon (Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama)
Agamemnon is one of the Oresteian trilogy that followed the story of Agamemnon's homecoming from the Trojan Wars and the subsequent tragedy that lead from his unfaithful wife, Clytemnestra. This play of Agamemnon concentrates on Clytemnestra, the comparison with Odysseus's wife, Penelope and the det...
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