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Native Land

“What greater grief than the loss of one’s native land.”


Medea 5

Medea has been described as a strong, independent woman, as a woman mad with passion, and as a witch. What view do you think is most accurate?

Greek And Roman Literature

Because every idea in 'Medea' is connected

This morning I was reading as a pre-examination practice essay about Euripides’ ‘Medea’ in response to the question, “Any sympathy created for Medea is destroyed by her actions. 308 more words

Trojan Women Review

Last night it was my second night selling tickets at Trojan Women, a Greek tragedy by Euripides. It is about the aftermath of the Trojan War. 233 more words


September Challenge - Click

Here is my September entry; a short story I came up with based on some amalgamation of ideas presented in Stephen King’s story “1408” and Euripides’ The Bacchae.   2,346 more words

Writing Challenge Entry

When Alexander meets Euripides


Admetus, you must endure this calamity. You are not the first and will not be the last to lose a noble wife. We all are doomed to die.

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Alexander The Great