Euripides, 3

What man would murder his daughter to help a fleet get out to sea, or give his wife over to death in his stead? The tragedies in this Penn Greek Drama Series volume are filled with such dramatic conflicts.

Euripides, 3
Alcestis, Daughters of Troy, The Phoenician Women, Iphigenia at Aulis, Rhesus

Edited by David R. Slavitt and Palmer Bovie. Translations by Fred Chappell, Mark Rudman with Katharine Washburn, Richard Elman, Elaine Terranova, and George Economou

1998 | 392 pages | Cloth $45.00 | Paper $19.95
Classics | Literature
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Table of Contents

Introduction by Palmer Bovie
Alcestis
—Translated by Fred Chappell
Daughters of Troy
—Translated by Mark Rudman and Katharine Washburn
The Phoenician Women
—Translated by Richard Elman
Iphigenia at Aulis
—Translated by Elaine Terranova
Rhesus
—Translated by George Economou
Pronouncing Glossary of Names
About the Translators