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Sophocles admin on 31 Aug 2012

Sophocles’ Ajax (IV)

After the death of Ajax, the Greek army was divided - some angry that the warrior had wanted to kill the leaders, while others, such as Odysseus, who wanted to preserve the warrior’s reputation and honour him in death.

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Sophocles admin on 30 Aug 2012

Sophocles’ Ajax (III)

With great remorse and shame, Ajax decided to take his own life - death by sword.

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Sophocles admin on 29 Aug 2012

Sophocles’ Ajax (II)

Ajax was intent on slaying Odysseus and the Atreidae, but was prevented by the goddess Athena, who made him go mad. During the temporary affliction of madness, Ajax slaughtered sheep and cattle, thinking that they were his hateful enemies. After madness subsided and sanity was regained, he realized what he had done.

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Sophocles admin on 28 Aug 2012

Sophocles’ Ajax (I)

The great Greek hero Ajax was furious with jealousy, because the army did not award him the armour of the slain Achilles.

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Nature admin on 27 Aug 2012

Summer (III)

A shadow that follows -

on trees sing swallows.

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Nature admin on 26 Aug 2012

Summer (II)

The buzzing of crickets, night so still,

the hush of a gentle breeze on the window sill.

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Nature admin on 25 Aug 2012

Summer (I)

The breeze becomes stagnant and dense,

insomnia devours hours and sense.

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Sophocles admin on 24 Aug 2012

Sophocles’ Electra (V)

Electra was grief-stricken,

pining for her father slain,

the immense horrible pain

when the axe was wielded

and his fate was sealed.

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Sophocles admin on 23 Aug 2012

Sophocles’ Electra (IV)

The wicked rulers of Mycenae,

Aegisthus and Queen Clytemnestra,

ruled the land in fear,

while Electra, the princess,

mourned the death of her father,

Agamemnon, and wished for the return

of her exiled brother, Orestes.

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Sophocles admin on 22 Aug 2012

Sophocles’ Electra (III)

King Agamemnon killed,

the fidelity of his wife sold

to a kinsman, traitor -

Aegisthus

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