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Fate Considered in Sophocles's Ajax

Ajax, one of Sophocles’s seven surviving plays, is a horrifying Greek tragedy that describes the downfall of Ajax among the Achaeans. The action takes place shortly after the end of the  544 more words

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November means nano

Another tricky week, this week, readers. The Shattered Worlds Read Along finishes today with Miranda Hardy’s Death Knocks, except that I’d already read that, having got myself a bit out of order (it’s fabulous, btw). 321 more words


A Brief Note on Aeschylean Tragedy

In his day, Aeschylus had published and produced more than ninety plays. Today, seven have survived. We are the fortunate beneficiaries of the complete Oresteia  134 more words

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A Defense of Nomos in The Suppliants

There are only four surviving plays from Aeschylus that are not included in the Oresteia trilogy. Each play is a part of a whole, that is, a part of a larger trilogy. 527 more words

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Review Post: Misadventures on the Night Shift

Misadventures on the Night Shift
Lauren Rowe

Release Date 7th November




Hotel clerk Abby Medford has always enjoyed the quiet solitude of the night shift. 838 more words

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Releasing Now: A Steel Heart by Amie Knight

A Steel Heart, an all-new sexy and emotional standalone from Amie Knight is LIVE!

A Steel Heart by Amie Knight

Publishing Date: November 9th, 2017… 315 more words

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