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Euripides admin on 28 Jan 2017

Euripides (II)

Psychological insight

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Euripides admin on 27 Jan 2017

Euripides (I)

Ancient modernity

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Euripides admin on 13 Sep 2016

Euripides

Insightful psychology

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Euripides admin on 26 Dec 2015

Euripides (II)

Euripidean characters, complex and psychologically driven

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Euripides admin on 25 Dec 2015

Euripides (I)

Euripides, the greatest of Greek dramatists

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Euripides admin on 27 May 2015

Euripides (LXXVI)

Theseus is remorseful, and realizes how he was deceived by his wife Phaedra.

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Euripides admin on 26 May 2015

Euripides (LXXV)

Hippolytus forgives his father before he dies.

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Euripides admin on 25 May 2015

Euripides (LXXIV)

In his last moments, Hippolytus is brought to his father Theseus, who discovers the truth about his wife’s treachery and his son’s innocence.

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Euripides admin on 24 May 2015

Euripides (LXXIII)

Theseus’ curse brings about the death of Hippolytus, whose chariot is dashed upon the rocks alongside the sea.

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Euripides admin on 23 May 2015

Euripides (LXXII)

Theseus has a heated argument with his son Hippolytus, who departs from the land in exile.

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