Additional Resources for Electra by Sophocles

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Blundell, Sue Women in Ancient Greece, Harvard University Press, 1995.

This book illuminates the world of women in Sophocles's time, revealing that although their roles were limited, they contributed to the cultural and artistic life of Ancient Greece.

Nardo, Don, Editor Readings on Sophocles, Greenhaven Press, 1997.

This is a collection of critical essays on Sophocles, which also includes a useful appendix on Greek theatrical production and a biography of the playwright

Woodward, Thomas, Editor. Sophocles: A Collection of Critical Essays, Prentice-Hall, 1966.

Woodward's collection of essays includes his own article, "The Electro of Sophocles," and Virginia Woolf s essay, "On Sophocles's Electra." The collection also offers an excellent cntical overview of many of Sophocles's dramatic works

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