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dc.descriptionScanned from the original held Special Collections, Barr Smith Libraryen
dc.description.abstract"The Bacchae", Euripides last tragedy, is often described as his greatest work. In the play he focuses on Dionysiac myths and cult-worship in order to formulate a comment on the situation of the Antheian world he wrote for - a disillusioned world feeling the strain of a generation of war and attempts to organize public life according to the strict dictates of reason.en
dc.subjectGreek Tragedyen
dc.subjectSpoken Worden
dc.titleThe Bacchaeen
dc.identifier.callnum792 T3743 TSA/ UaDd 1977.2en
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