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The Complete Playes Of Sophocles
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The Complete Playes Of Sophocles

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Novels & Stories
ISBN
9780553213546
Book Language
English
Publisher
Random House
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  • The Greatest Of The Greek Tragedians, Sophocles Wrote Over 120 Plays, Surpassing His Older Contemporary Aeschylus And The Younger Euripides Not Only In The Number Of Plays He Wrote But Also In The Number Of Prizes Awarded His Works. Only The Seven Works In This Volume Have Survived Intact. From The Complex Drama Of Antigone, The Heroine Willing To Sacrifice Life And Love For A Principle, To ...

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    Category Type
    Novels & Stories
    ISBN
    9780553213546
    Book Language
    English
    Publisher
    Random House
    Category Type
    Novels & Stories
    ISBN
    9780553213546
    Book Language
    English
    Publisher
    Random House
    EAN-13
    9780553213546
    Item EAN
    2724605989833
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    Author
    Sophocles, Moses Hadas
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    Paperback
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    Description:

    • The Greatest Of The Greek Tragedians, Sophocles Wrote Over 120 Plays, Surpassing His Older Contemporary Aeschylus And The Younger Euripides Not Only In The Number Of Plays He Wrote But Also In The Number Of Prizes Awarded His Works. Only The Seven Works In This Volume Have Survived Intact. From The
    • The Greatest Of The Greek Tragedians, Sophocles Wrote Over 120 Plays, Surpassing His Older Contemporary Aeschylus And The Younger Euripides Not Only In The Number Of Plays He Wrote But Also In The Number Of Prizes Awarded His Works. Only The Seven Works In This Volume Have Survived Intact. From The Complex Drama Of Antigone, The Heroine Willing To Sacrifice Life And Love For A Principle, To The Mythic Doom Embodied By Oedipus, The Uncommonly Good Man Brought Down By The Gods, Sophocles Possessed A Tragic Vision That, In Matthew Arnold'S Phrase, Saw Life Steadily And Saw It Whole.
 

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