Euripides

NOUN
  1. one of the greatest tragic dramatists of ancient Greece (480-406 BC)
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  • November 16, 1990: Iphigénie à Aulis, by Euripides at the Cartoucherie. Ariane Mnouchkine.
  • The robe that Euripides's Medea sends as a gift glues together the flesh and the bones of her rival; but the sense that perceives the progress of this deadly confusion is sight.
  • Hughes began his translation of Euripides in 1993, but only completed it just before his death in 1998.
  • Euripides : I don't know. Probably the length of a typical workstation session . Say eight hours.
  • The company of just and righteous men is better than wealth and a rich estate. Euripides 
  • The Bacchae, a play by the Greek tragedian Euripides , shows a dramatic view of the confrontation between instincts and institutions.
  • Sometimes also called "The Poet and the Women", it is now considered one of Aristophanes 'most brilliant parodies of Athenian society, [3] with a particular focus on the subversive role of women in a male-dominated society, the vanity of contemporary poets, such as the tragic playwrights Euripides and Agathon, and the shameless, enterprising vulgarity of an ordinary Athenian, as represented in this play by the protagonist, Mnesilochus. Archive 2009-03-01
  • The Greek people and democracy have become sacrificial victims similar to Euripides's heroine in Iphigenia in Aulis. Greece is standing up to EU neocolonialism | Costas Douzinas and Petros Papaconstantinou
  • A coward turns away, but a brave man's choice is danger. Euripides 
  • BRANDEIS THEATER COMPANY presents "Hecuba," a new translation of Euripides 'story of one woman's devotion and revenge, at Mainstage Theater, Brandeis University, 415 South St., The Milford Daily News Homepage RSS
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