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The Tragedies Of Sophocles In English Prose
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|August 1, 2004

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Greek Exercises, Followed by an English and Greek Vocabulary: Containing About Seven Thousand Three…

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A Catalogue of Greek Verbs: For the Use of Colleges (Classic Reprint)

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Antigone: In A New Translation By Nicholas Rudall
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|September 1, 1998

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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…
The Oedipus Trilogy
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|June 1, 2004

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A Catalogue of Greek Verbs: For the Use of Colleges (Classic Reprint)

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Greek Lexicon Of The Roman And Byzantine Periods From B.c. 146 To A.d. 1100 Part One

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A Romaic Grammar: Accompanied by a Chrestomathy, With a Vocabulary (Classic Reprint)

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Greek Grammar, for the Use of Learners (Classic Reprint)

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Philoctetes
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|June 1, 2004

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NEOPTOLEMUS: And yet I wonder not; for if aright I judge, from angry heaven the sentence came, And Chrysa was the cruel source of all; Nor doth this sad disease inflict him still Incurable, without assenting gods?
Ajax
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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.
Greek Grammar for the Use of Schools and Colleges (Classic Reprint)

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