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Adelaide Fringe 2018 Review: Euripides’ Alcestis

What: Euripides’ Alcestis

Who: Written/ adapted by George Franklin. Performed by Scrambled Prince Theatre Company

When: February 19-23 at 6pm, February 24 at 1pm

Where: 497 more words

Review

The “Praeparitio” is a gigantic feat of erudition.

945G     Eusebius of Caesarea                  c. 260-c. 340

Eusebius Pa[m]phili de eua[n]gelica preparac[i]o[n]e ex greco in latinu[m] translatus Incipit feliciter.               

[ Cologne, Ulrich Zel, not after 1473]                          $18,000… 4,800 more words

Rare Books

Beach Walking

On a bright sunny day in Central Florida, Coquina Beach on Anna Maria Island was deserted.  Not a soul, not even a walker, let alone sun bathers. 100 more words

Photojournalism

The “Praeparitio” is a gigantic feat of erudition.

945G     Eusebius of Caesarea                  c. 260-c. 340

Eusebius Pa[m]phili de eua[n]gelica preparac[i]o[n]e ex greco in latinu[m] translatus Incipit feliciter.               

[ Cologne, Ulrich Zel, not after 1473]                          $18,000… 4,800 more words

Rare Books

Euripides and the Complexities of Genres

So, one of the more serious questions that has come up in the course of tracking humor in the Gospels is the likelihood that documents with such a serious subject (i.e. 215 more words

How Reading Plays Helps Creative Writing

When I think of plays I read when I was young, I only remember Romeo and Juliet and Julius Caesar – both by Shakespeare ­– and both assigned reading at school. 473 more words

Reflections

Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Euripides - The Bacchae

Born in approximately 480 BC, the Athenian tragedian Euripides from who approximately 18-19 extant plays of his approximately 92-95 dramas have survived.  He along with Aeschylus and Sophocles are most of what we know of ancient Greek drama.  253 more words

Thought For The Day