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Words are the physicians of a mind diseased.
Prometheus, 378.
Aeschylus
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The House of Atreus
The Oresteian trilogy represents the height of Greek drama:
 
Agamemnon
From the Harvard Classics, Vol. VIII, Part 1.
 
The Libation-Bearers
From the Harvard Classics, Vol. VIII, Part 2.
 
The Furies
From the Harvard Classics, Vol. VIII, Part 3.
 
Prometheus Bound
The emergence of the individual against his angry God. From the Harvard Classics, Vol. VIII, Part 4.
 
Bartlett’s Aeschylus Quotations
Epitomal selections by John Bartlett.



 
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