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Ferguson, John, A Companion to Greek Tragedy, University of Texas Press, 1972.

This book is useful in understanding the basic themes
of Greek tragedy as well as the individual plays and
playwrights.

Martin, Thomas R., Ancient Greece: From Prehistoric to Hellenistic Times, Oxford University Press, 1998.

This narrative history provides a solid overview of
ancient Greece, focusing on the fifth and fourth centuries
B.C.

Nardo, Don, ed., Greek Drama, Greenhaven Press, 2000.

Nardo compiles excerpts from salient texts about
Greek drama, including articles that cover the development
of Greek drama, the tragedies, the comedies, and
Greek drama in the modern world.


Pomery, Sarah B., et al., Ancient Greece: A Political, Social, and Cultural History, Yale University Press, 2000.

This comprehensive narrative, written by four leading
classical scholars, emphasizes the creativity of
ancient Greek culture.

Vickers, Brian, Towards Greek Tragedy: Drama, Myth, Society, Longman, 1973.

This book explores the cultural elements that went...

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