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Euripides' THE TROJAN WOMEN is considered by many to be the greatest of anti-war plays. Rubenstein, whose translation of AGAMEMNON, has been acclaimed, has now translated Euripides' masterpiece in clear American English. Aristophanes and Aristotle (and some modern critics as well) objected to the original prologue and choral odes on the grounds that they were irrelevant to ...more
Paperback, 191 pages
Published March 2002 by Granite Hills PR
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