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The Trojan Women and Other Plays (Oxford World's Classics)

FREE DOWNLOAD Ü The Trojan Women and Other Plays (Oxford World's Classics) FREE READ ✓ INSPIRECONSULTING.CO.ZA ´ Euripides Stotle called the most tragic of the poets Yet the new battleground of the aftermath of war is one in which the women of Troy evince an overwhelming greatness ofspirit We weep for the aged Hecuba in her name play and in The Trojan Women yet we respond with an at times appalled admiration to her res. An excellent book with a number of Greek pays included Good commentaries on the plays

SUMMARY The Trojan Women and Other Plays (Oxford World's Classics)

FREE DOWNLOAD Ü The Trojan Women and Other Plays (Oxford World's Classics) FREE READ ✓ INSPIRECONSULTING.CO.ZA ´ Euripides Ilience amid unrelieved suffering Andromache the slave concubine of her husband's killer endures her existence in the victor's country with a Stoicnobility Of their time yet timeless these plays insist on the victory of the female spirit amid the horrors visited on them by the gods and men during w. Very serviceable texts with good notes and an excellent introduction by Edith Hall

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FREE DOWNLOAD Ü The Trojan Women and Other Plays (Oxford World's Classics) FREE READ ✓ INSPIRECONSULTING.CO.ZA ´ Euripides Hecuba The Trojan Women AndromacheIn the three great war plays contained in this volume Euripides subjects the sufferings of Troy's survivors to a harrowing examinationThe horrific brutality which both women and children undergo evokes a response of unparalleled intensity in the playwright whom Ari. This volume with translation introduction and notes by James Morwood offers readings on Euripides plays The Trojan Women Hecuba and Andromache These are all related to the Trojan War and follow themes begun in Homer s IliadIn Hecuba the ueen of ruined Troy seeks revenge on Polymestor for the murder of her son Polydorus but it becomes much than that when Agamemnon becomes a temporary ally and Hecuba s revenge becomes a source of further despair to balance against all her losses in the war against the GreeksIn The Trojan Women the women are being held waiting for the Greeks to allocate them out after the fall of the city Hecuba bewails her loss and her awarding to hated Odysseus Cassandra madly goes about preparing for her wedding to Agamemnon and the fate she will bring his family Andromache dreads her fate with Neoptolemus whose father Achilles killed her husband Hector and loses her son Astyanax to the Greeks The chorus of Trojan women share the pain of all these women and remind the audience of the widespread despair loss and fear that these women suffered even after their men had been lost in the war This must have been a very unusual play given the large number of women characters in a play that was acted by men for a largely men only audience in fifth century BC AthensIn Andromache the widow of Hector begins her new life as slave to Neoptolemus who killed Hector s father whose father killed her husband whose wife Hermione is the daughter of Menelaus and Helen who started the Trojan War A bitter life indeedThese are wonderful plays what I would give to have a time travelling machine and to be able to go back to fifth century BC Athens to witness their performance This book offers a great introduction to someone like me who has not come across Euripides works before The introduction is lengthy and most informative the translations are sympathetic and coherent and the notes are concise but pertinent

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