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For use in schools and libraries only. Detailed notes accompany modern translations of the stories of Antigone, Oedipus The King, and Oedipus At Colonus.

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To Laius, King of Thebes, an oracle foretold that the child born to him by his queen Jocasta would slay his father and wed his mother. So when in time a son was born the infant's feet were riveted together and he was left to die on Mount Cithaeron. But a…

Electra

by E. A. Sophocles

|June 1, 1993

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Sophocles' classic drama of a daughter's revenge of her father's murder has been translated into playable language for modern audiences. As an example of Sophoclean tragedy, with its fatalistic acceptance of human doom, Electra is unsurpassed. It is, in…

Electra

by E. A. Sophocles

|June 1, 2004

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Ajax

by E. A. Sophocles

|June 1, 2004

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Athena 'twas I Restrained Him, Casting On His Eyes O'ermastering Notions Of That Baneful Ecstasy, That Turned His Rage On Flocks And Mingled Droves Of Booty Yet Unshared, Guarded By Herdsmen. Then Plunging Amid The Thronging Horns He Slew.

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One of the greatest, most moving of all tragedies, Antigone continues to have meaning for us because of its depiction of the struggle between individual conscience and state policy, and its delicate probing of the nature of human suffering. Mr. Rudall's splendid…