Aeschylus, 2

"A boon for classicists and general readers alike. For the reader who comes to tragedy for the first time, these translations are eminently 'accessible,' and consummately American in tone and feeling. For the classicist, these versions constitute an ambitious reinterpretation of traditional masterpieces; after 2,500 years, the poetry of Euripides and Aeschylus has found a new voice—in fact, ten of them."—The Boston Book Review

Aeschylus, 2
The Persians, Seven Against Thebes, The Suppliants, Prometheus Bound

Edited by David R. Slavitt and Palmer Bovie. Translations by David R. Slavitt, Stephen Sandy, Gail Holst-Warhaft, and William Matthews

1998 | 232 pages | Cloth $45.00 | Paper $21.95
Classics | Literature
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Table of Contents

Introduction, by Palmer Bovie
The Persians
—Translated by David R. Slavitt
Seven Against Thebes
—Translated by Stephen Sandy
The Suppliants
—Translated by Gail Holst-Warhaft
Prometheus Bound
—Translated by William Matthews
Pronouncing Glossary of Names
About the Translators