The Tragedies of Seneca

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The Tragedies of Seneca

TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH VERSE, TO WHICH HAVE BEEN APPENDED COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF THE CORRESPONDING GREEK AND ROMAN PLAYS, AND A MYTHOLOGICAL. INDEX

BY FRANK JUSTUS MILLER

INTRODUCED BY AN ESSAY ON THE INFLUENCE OF THE TRAGEDIES OF SENECA UPON EARLY ENGLISH DRAMA BY JOHN MATTHEWS MANLY

CHICAGO THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS LONDON T. FISHER UNWIN, 1 ADELPHI TERRACE 1907

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Table of Contents ix
  • Introductory Essay 1
  • Oedipus 11
  • Act I 15
  • Act II 21
  • Act III 31
  • Act IV 40
  • Act V 44
  • Phoenissae, Or. Thebais - A Fragment 51
  • Act I 55
  • Act II 66
  • Act III 68
  • Act IV 71
  • Medea 79
  • Act I 83
  • Act II 86
  • Act III 94
  • Act IV 103
  • Act V 109
  • Hercules Furens 115
  • Act I 119
  • Act II 126
  • Act III 138
  • Act IV 148
  • Act V 157
  • Hippolytus or Phaedra 165
  • Act I 169
  • Act II 180
  • Act III 196
  • Act IV 201
  • Act V 207
  • Hercules Oetaeus 213
  • Act I 217
  • Act II 225
  • Act III 241
  • Act IV 256
  • Act V 272
  • Thyestes 287
  • Act I 291
  • Act II 297
  • Act III 305
  • Act IV 313
  • Act V 322
  • Troades 333
  • Act I 337
  • Act II 342
  • Act III 351
  • Act IV 366
  • Act V 374
  • Agamemnon 379
  • Act I 383
  • Act II 386
  • Act III 394
  • Act IV 406
  • Act V 409
  • Octavia 415
  • Act I 423
  • Act II 434
  • Act III 441
  • Act IV 444
  • Act V 448
  • Comparative Analyses 453
  • Index 497
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