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Of Euripides' roughly ninety-two plays, only seventeen tragedies survive. Both ridiculed and lauded during his life, Euripides now stands as one of the greatest innovators of Greek drama. Collected here are ten of Euripides' most important tragedies in prose translation by Edward P. Coleridge. In the first play in this collection, "The Alcestis", Euripides expands upon the myth of Princess Alcestis at the time of her death. "Medea", tells the horrific tale of a woman who seeks revenge on her husband by killing her children. ...

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