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By C. J. Herington

The essays in quantity 25 of Yale Classical reviews have been specifically commissioned via the editors to supply a cross-section of latest techniques to the translation of Greek tragedy. All 3 Attic dramatists obtain realization, a few essays being reviews of a play as an entire, others targeting a few specific passage or subject matter. Greek passages are translated so this quantity will be of use and curiosity not just to classical experts but additionally to scholars in any literary box.

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