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|Abstract:||"The Bacchae", Euripides last tragedy, is often described as his greatest work. In the play he focuses on Dionysiac myths and cult-worship in order to formulate a comment on the situation of the Antheian world he wrote for - a disillusioned world feeling the strain of a generation of war and attempts to organize public life according to the strict dictates of reason.|
|Description:||Scanned from the original held Special Collections, Barr Smith Library|
|Call number:||792 T3743 TSA/ UaDd 1977.2|
|Appears in Collections:||Theatre programmes|
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