Euripides Medea References
2. Kovacs, D.
Euripides: Cyclops, Alcestis, Medea.
Loeb Classical Library. (Harvard University Press, 1994).
A graceful prose version. 5. Holcombe, C.J.
Sophocles’s Oedipus at Colonus
(Ocaso Press, 2008). http://www.ocasopress.com/oedipus.html.
Note on Translation in this free pdf document.
6. Murray, G.
The Medea. Translated into English
rhyming verse with explanatory notes by Gilbert Murray.
(1913). Previous fully rhymed version.
7. Eliot, T.S.
Euripides and Professor Murray:
The Sacred Wood: Essays on Poetry and Criticism
9. Svarlien, D.A, (trans) and Mitchell-Boyask, R.
(Hackett, 2008). A lively rendering in contemporary
speech, with an introduction and excellent notes. Medea 10. C.K. Williams and Nussbaum, M
(Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1990) An attractive rendering
in free verse and rearranged prose: has an excellent
The Bacchae of Euripides; A New Version. 11. Holcombe, C.J.
Selections from Catullus
(Ocaso Press, 2010). http://www.ocasopress.com/catullus.html
Free pdf document. 13. The Greek text does not always have a clear,
unambiguous meaning. ‘If conjecture were eliminated,
these plays over long stretches would hover tantalizingly
on the edge of intelligibility, or be simply unreadable.’
Kovacs 1994, p. 39.
15. John Harrison.
(CUP., 2000). Good commentary.
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