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Certainly Ancient Athens would not be a place where you'd find a sympathetic hearing for feminism, and I've read at least one critic allege that any feminist subtext we find in these plays are an overlay from our modern sensibilities--and another allege that actually his portrayal of woman was savage and satirical.

I can only tell you that I felt Euripides wrote women with sympathy and understanding, and at least in his surviving plays, it's striking to me how many of the title protagonists are women. Maybe it's simply that he was too great a playwright to make complete caricatures of them, with enough layers to allow different reads. As with Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice , which was Hitler's favorite play, but one also memorable for its soaring cry of common humanity in its, "Doth not a Jew bleed?


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Read Euripides and decide for yourself--he's definitely worth knowing. Grandissime letture, quelle che ti rendono visibilmente migliore. Again, read a tome which goodreads has not, so some light bib action first: Euripides Plays Vol 1, translated by A. Way, Intro'd J. Everyman's Library No. Okay, now that's out of the way, the following were read: Medea, Hippolytus.

Medea - Tale of Jason's of Argonaut fame scorned witch-sorceress trophy wife. Lesson learned, do not ditch your old lady for the promise of wealth and power. A most thoed tale, indeed. Hippolytus - Tale of trouble in Theseus' of gorgon slayin' Again, read a tome which goodreads has not, so some light bib action first: Euripides Plays Vol 1, translated by A.