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Bakkhai

Author: Reginald Gibbons; Charles Segal
Publisher: New York Oxford University Press 2001
Series: The Greek tragedy in new translations
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Euripides' "Bakkhai" is the staple of the canon of Greek tragedy, as its structure and thematics offer exemplary models of the classic tragic elements. The plot centres around the actions of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Reginald Gibbons; Charles Segal
ISBN: 0195125983 9780195125986
OCLC Number: 833673270
Description: ix, 150 p 21 cm
Series Title: The Greek tragedy in new translations
Other Titles: Bacchae
Responsibility: Euripides : translated by Reginald Gibbons : with introduction and notes by Charles Segal
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this translation merits serious thought for classroom and even scholarly use. Of particular interest is Segal's extensive reconstruction of the lacunae that mar the end of the Bakkhai, including the Read more...

 
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