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Bieber, Margaret The Greek and Roman Theatre, 1961. A thorough description of the function and form of theatrical performances in ancient Greece and Rome

Kitto, H. D. F. The Greeks Penguin Books, 1991

This work describes the daily life, religion, philosophy, and political world of the Greeks, written in a conversational style with excerpts of famous speeches woven into the narrative to give a better sense of the Greek mind

Lucas, F L Euripides and His Influence, MarshallJones, 1923 Lucas describes some of the innovations of Eunpi-des' s plays and how his work influenced later generations of writers.

Murray, Gilbert Euripides and His Age, Oxford University Press, 1955.

A landmark work descnbing the historical context of Euripides's Athens, including the Peloponnesian War and the rise of the Sophists. Murray describes the function of such dramatic elements as the prologue, chorus, and messenger, and explains Euripides's unique use of them.

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