Trojan Women (Murray 1905)

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The Trojan Women of Euripides  (1905) 
by Euripides, translated by Gilbert Murray

THE

TROJAN WOMEN

OF

EURIPIDES

TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH RHYMING VERSE
WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES BY

GILBERT MURRAY, M.A., LL.D.

EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GREEK IN THE UNIVERSITY
OF GLASGOW SOMETIME FELLOW OF
NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD

LONDON
GEORGE ALLEN, 156, CHARING CROSS ROAD

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Contents (not listed in original)

Performed at
The Court Theatre
April 1905

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HISTORY OF ANCIENT GREEK LITERATURE.

ANDROMACHE: A Play.

CARLYON SAHIB: A Play.

THE EXPLOITATION OF INFERIOR RACES, IN ANCIENT AND MODERN TIMES: An Essay in "Liberalism and the Empire."

EURIPIDIS FABULAE: Brevi Adnotatione Critica Instructae, Vols. I. and II.

EURIPIDES: Hippolytus; Bacchae; Aristophanes' 'Frogs.' Translated into English verse.



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