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Antigone (Methuen Drama, Methuen Student Edition) 1st Edition
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Did they like it ? I don't know... But I suppose they like it as all students who must read books...
The play focus on the moral dilemnas of collaborating authorities hating to do a dirty work but doing it anyhow (because someone "has to do it" for the population, for the sake of keeping on living, even if a "lesser" life) versus individual acts of resistance, refusing any concession to their liberty and happiness. War, freedom, politics, inviduality. The book is summary but invites to an eternal discussion.
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Book that was purchase for my Daughters English class essay. She said that she enjoyed the book very much.Published 2 months ago by Dennis H.
Marvellous preformance of a great work. Antigone shows the imputence of people in power compared to one lone girl with character and integrity enough to stand out of the crowd.Published 11 months ago by D. Jones
Un tres bon livre, facile a lire. Peut aussi etre utilise en classe. Je le recommande. Merci d'excuser les accents manquants !Published on May 18, 2013 by Hellau
This was a requirement for school. It was perfect, and it was exactly what was required for the class. It was in perfect shape.Published on January 23, 2013 by Lona Smith
I could not find this book at the library so I was happy happy when I found it online and it was shipped to me and arrived the next day.Published on December 18, 2012 by Laura Barnes
I was extremely annoyed with the translation of this play. The description of the book should warn costumers of the EXTREMELY different translation!!!!!!!Published on October 31, 2010 by Renee Yolande Rosser