Sign In | Register


RECENT ARRIVALS


Next >

The Burdies : A Comedy in Scots Verse from the Greek of Aristophanes

By Aristophanes (Trans Douglas Young)

Fife, Scotland: Douglas Young, 1959 Unique, comic, Caledonian version of Aristophanes "Birds" as perfomed at the Edinburgh Festival in 1959.(includes a handy glossary of the Scots dialect). 1st.UK Ed.. Original Wraps. Very Good.

$22.50

Ion
stock photo

Ion

By Euripides

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996 Reprint.. Pbk. As New. Illus. by Trans. W.S.Di Piero.

$10.00

Hippolytus in Drama and Myth

By Euripides; Barnes Hazel E.

Bison / University of Nebraska, 1960 The Hippolytus of Euripides in a new translation by Donald Sutherland and 'The Hippolytus of Drama and Myth' a study by Hazel E.Barnes. 123p. Name of previous owner on ffep.. Reprint. Pbk. Vwet Good.

$10.00

Euripdes IV : Ion, Hippolytus, Medea, Alcestis

By Euripides

Cambridge & London: Harvard / Heinemann, 1964 This Loeb Classical Library edition of Euripides was first published in 1912 with parallel Greek and English texts.Translation By Arthur S. Way THIS IS VOLUME IV ONLY containing Ion, Hippolytus, Medea, Alcestis. Translation By Arthurs S. Way. Name of previous owner on ffep, else fine. Reprint. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Illus. by translation By Arthurs S. Way.

$15.00

Alcestis

By Euripides

London: George Allen & Unwin., 1924 Translated into English rhyming verse with explanatory notes by Gilbert Murray 82p. From the library of Grace Irwin.The Classical Association of Canada presents an annual award in her name.. Reprint. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Trans. Gilbert Murray.

$12.50

The Trojan Women in a New Translation By Nicholas Rudall
stock photo

The Trojan Women in a New Translation By Nicholas Rudall

By Euripides

Chicago IL: Ivan R. Dee, 1999 Thie version in the "Plays for Performance" series, designed for contemporary production and study. Edited by Nicholas Ruddall and Bernard Sahlins. 61p.. First Thus. Pbk.. New.

$10.00

The Trojan Women [With] Helen and Orestes By Yiannis Ritsos

By Euripides ; Ritsos, Yannis; MacEwen, Gwendolyn ; Tsingos, Nikos, (Translators)

Toronto: Exile Editions, 1994 With a stunning command of the Greek language and a mastery of poetic nuance, this translation of Euripides' play breathes unparalleled life into an ancient masterpiece. Using vocabulary that gives the sense that the play was written with an appreciation of and application to the 20th and 21st centuries, this adaptation goes beyond the timeless plot of the consequences of war and the fate of both the victors and the losers and focuses on the modern-day issues of feminism and women's rights. Also included in this volume are two long poems--"Helen" and "Orestes"--by contemporary Greek poet Yannis Ritsos, who was nominated for the Nobel Prize. (Neat tight coy but marred with some underlinings & comments in margins). Reprint. Original Wraps. As New.

$20.00

Antologia Tragedii Greckiej

By Ajschylos, Sofokles,Eurypides [Aeschylus, Euripides,Sophocles]

Krakow: Krako´w Wydawnictwo Literackie , 1975 Series :Biblioteka Klasyki Polskiej i Obcej Contains : Aeschylos [p 21-228] "Prometheus" "Oresteia" translated by Stefan Srebrny / Sophocles [p229-471] "Oedipus" " Antigone "Translated by Kazimierz Morawski; / Euripides [p350-472] "Medea " "Trojan Women" translated by Jerzy Lanowski .274p. (WorldCat lists only 4 copies in N. America]. Hardcover. As New.

$25.00

Oedipus the King

By Sophocles

New York: Washington Square Press, 1970 Reprint. Pbk. Near Fine. Illus. by Trans. Bernard M.W.Knox.

$4.00

Epidavria 1970

By Organismos Kratikon Theatron Hellados, Ethnikon Theatron.

Athens: Hellenikos Organismos Tourismou / Hellenike Periegetike Lesche, 1970 Programme for performances at the Epidaurus Festival (Epidavria), July 21--August 9 1970.. Text in Greek, English, French, and German. 96p. illus. [ WorldCat lists no copies in USA.]. First Thus. Original Wraps. Near Fine.

$50.00

Oidipus Ha-Melekh = Oedipus Rex e Graeco Sermone in Hebreum

By Sophocles

Jerusalem: Jerusalem Academic Press / Mosad Byalik, 1964 First This. Pbk. Very Good. Illus. by Trans. Salomo Dykman.

$20.00

The Oedipus Plays of Sophocles : Oedipus the King,Oedipus at Colonus and Antigone.

By Sophocles

New York: Mentor/Unesco (New American Library), 1958 Sophocles Oedipus trilogy Contains : Oedipus the King, Oedipus at Colonus, Antigone. Reprint. Pbk. Near Fine. Illus. by Trans. Paul Roche.

$4.00

Iphigenia he En Avlidi [ G Gymnasiou]

By Euripides

Athens: Organismos Ekdoseos Didaktikon Biblin, 1974 Metaphrase Demetriou Sarrou. An authorrized text for use in Greek schools NOTE this version was published during the Junta period and has the Phoenix 21 Apriliou symbol on the title page. 72p, notes. Clean neat text except for a Library Book sale stamp on front cover.. First Thus. Orginal Wraps. Good>Very Good.

$15.00

The Theban Plays : King Oedipus,Oedipus at Colonus and Antigone.
stock photo

The Theban Plays : King Oedipus,Oedipus at Colonus and Antigone.

By Sophocles

London: Penguin, 1984 Contains : Oedipus the King, Oedipus at Colonus and Antigone. Reprint. Trade Paperback. New. Illus. by Trans E.F.Watling.

$7.00

History of Classical Greek Literature Vol I : The Poets (with an Appendix on Homer By Prof, Sayce)

By Mahaffy, J.P.[ John Pentland]

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1880 An original vintage copy NOTa reproduction (Volume I of a 2 Volume set - will NOT be sold seperately) Clean, tight, unmarked text. Scuffing to head and foot of spine, corners slightly bumped. 1st US Ed... Cloth. Very Good.

$25.00

Medea and Other Plays : Medea, Alcesrtis, The Children of Heracles, Hhippolytus
stock photo

Medea and Other Plays : Medea, Alcesrtis, The Children of Heracles, Hhippolytus

By Euripides

London: Penguin, 2003 Name of previous owner blanked out inside front cover , else fine. Reprint.. Pbk. Near Fine. Illus. by Trans. John Davie.

$7.50

Medea
stock photo

Medea

By Euripides

London: Methuen Drama, 2002 Mathuen Student Editions series. Translation by J.Michael Walton. Introduction and notes by Marianne Macdonald " A student edition of this challenging and popular tragedy with notes and commentary. The most controversial of the Greek tragedians, Euripedes is also the most modern in his sympathies, a dramatist who handles the complex emotions of his characters with extraordinary depth and insight. Wronged and discarded by her husband, Medea gradually reveals her revenge in its increasing horror, while the audience is led to understand the incomprehensible; a woman who murders her own children. Since its first production (431 BC), the play has exerted an irresistible attraction for actors and directors alike.This Student Edition contains a full introduction, commentary and questions for study". 1st UK Edition.. Softcover. New. Illus. by Translation by J.Michael Walton.

$15.00

Stage Antiquities of the Greeks and Romans and their Influence

By Allen, James Turney

New York: Longmans Green & Co, 1927 Our Debt to Greece and Rome series. 206p. illus bibliography index: roma. 1st US Edition.. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket.

$20.00

The Greek Theatre

By McLeish,Kenneth

London: Longman, 1982 Well illustrated introduction for schools in the "Aspects of Greek Life" 65p. illus.. Reprint.. Rebound Copy. Good. Ex-Library.

$4.50

Ion
stock photo

Ion

By Euripides

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996 Reprint.. Pbk. As New. Illus. by Trans. W.S.Di Piero.

$10.00

Next >