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I have always imagined Agamemnon as an evil and egoistic character, but, after re-reading the book, I think I might actually be wrong.Published 1 day ago by Amy Daniel
I have spent a lot of time in my life reading Homer. I've never spent any reading the Greek poets and decided to remedy that. Read morePublished 3 days ago by David H. Eisenberg
Refreshing book. Nice to read plays of tragedy and drama. I had to purchase the book for a literature class in college. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gabby
In short, this is more of an interpretation than a review of the of the play. My interpretation of the play is that it tells the story of how the rule of law was born, of how rage... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joseph Annunzio
Very well put together book, and extremely interesting. The trilogy is centuries old but still manages to represent life today.Published 5 months ago by Angela J. Davidson
Excellent at understanding the deeper principles of public government state law and personal vendettas.Published 6 months ago by Publius Cincinnatus
The Oresteia was written by our man Aeschylus during a golden age of Athens. Art and civility began to flourish at this city upon a hill, not long after a set of ravaging wars with... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Phillip McCollum