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Philosophy admin on 31 Jul 2012

Heraclitus

This world, which is the same for all, neither god nor man has made, but has always existed and exists, and will continue to exist as an everlasting fire, partly kindled, partly extinguished.

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Euripides admin on 30 Jul 2012

Euripides’ Hecuba (III)

Hecuba blinded the Thracian king Polymestor,

after she had learned that he had killed

her son Polydorus.

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Euripides admin on 29 Jul 2012

Euripides’ Hecuba (II)

Troy destroyed -

Polyxena, Hecuba’s daughter,

slaughtered on Achilles’ tomb

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Euripides admin on 28 Jul 2012

Euripides’ Hecuba (I)

Hecuba, a queen defeated,

her husband, sons and daughters slain

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Euripides admin on 27 Jul 2012

Euripidean Unity

Euripidean unity comes not only from action and plot,

but also from thematic motifs intricately wrought.

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Euripides admin on 26 Jul 2012

Euripidean Drama

Euripides:

human motivation,

mythological sensation.

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Euripides admin on 25 Jul 2012

Euripides’ Heracles

Heracles,

a hero

maddened

to commit crimes

so unspeakable

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Euripides admin on 24 Jul 2012

Euripides’ Hippolytus

Hippolytus, a chaste warrior

spurning the gifts of Aphrodite,

who, in the end, has him killed

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Euripides admin on 23 Jul 2012

Euripides’ Medea

Medea betrayed and scorned:

love forlorn, marriage forsaken.

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Euripides admin on 22 Jul 2012

Euripides’ Bacchae

Ah, the power of Euripides’ Bacchae,

the god of wine inflicting punishment

on nonbelievers.

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