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For works with similar titles, see Four Plays of Aeschylus.

FOUR PLAYS
OF AESCHYLUS


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RENDERED INTO ENGLISH VERSE BY

G. M. COOKSON

 

OXFORD · BASIL BLACKWELL · BROAD STREET

MD · CCCC · XXII


 

TO

Professor Charles Edwyn Vaughan

THE GOOD GENIUS THAT SHONE UPON MY YOUTH

AND SHOWED ME THE GLORY OF GREAT

LITERATURE

 

 

New York

Chas. H. Daniels

49 West 55th Street

 

HOLYWELL PRESS, OXFORD

 

 

BY THE AUTHOR OF THESE TRANSLATIONS


'DENYS OF AUXERRE'

A DRAMA IN VERSE


'Such a mastery of fine style as can come only from the genuine
emotion of great things deeply felt.'—Times.

'A poet of true fervour, sincere inspiration and uncommon
technical accomplishment.'—Daily Telegraph.

'It abounds in passages of real lyrical beauty, and we come here
and there, not very rarely, on lines which haunt the memory.'—
Irish Times.


Christophers, 22 Berners Street, W.C.