The Trojan Women

The Trojan Women
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Leah

Ignore the previous comment, this is one of the great Greek plays. Euripides play feels as immediate as it likely did when first written and asks us to envision a moment in time. A war has been fought and now the survivors of said war must wait to learn their fate. In many ways the play is an ...Read more

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Darryl

I couldn't get through this while watching it on television in the 1970's. I couldn't get through it tonight. It's famously one of the all-time BORES despite the stellar cast. Katharine Hepburn wailing in a tatty black robe TRIES...

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