Andromache by Euripides by Euripides
Euripides' ANDROMACHE dramatizes Andromache's life as a slave, years after the events of the Trojan War, and her conflict with her master's new wife, Hermione.
|Publisher:||Halcyon Press Ltd.|
|Series:||Halcyon Classics , #1|
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|File size:||176 KB|
About the Author
Euripides (c. 480 BC - 406 BC) was a Greek tragedian, one of the three great playwrights of classical Athens (with Aeschylus and Sophocles). Born on Salamis to a merchant father, Euripides trained to be an athlete, but turned to writing comedies and drama. Several of his works won awards in the City Dionysia of Athens. After two disastrous marriages, Euripides became a recluse on Salamis, living in a cave.
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Andromache by Euripides based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This is the wrong book! Or anyway, the look inside is not Euripides' Andromache, which opens with a speech by Andromache. This is a different, more modern play, with the same title, by Gilbert Murray. It's totally different.