By Justina Gregory
- Comprises 31 unique essays through a world solid of individuals, together with up-and-coming in addition to unique senior scholars
- Pays consciousness to socio-political, textual, and function facets of Greek tragedy
- All historical Greek is transliterated and translated, and technical phrases are defined as they appear
- Includes feedback for extra analyzing on the finish of every bankruptcy, and a beneficiant and informative mixed bibliography
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