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Grief Lessons by Euripides
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May 01, 11

bookshelves: classics
Read in January, 2011

There are some great lines in here and the prologues before each play help set up the scenes. They are easy to read and understand and far more digestible than I remember Greek tragedy being in high school. I would have preferred these I think, as they are fairly short, easy to understand, and there is good pretext. Euripides is translated clearly and succinctly and so the narrative is easy to follow. I would have preferred to read these in a class, as there is much there for fruitful discussion.

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