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Author:
Ian Johnston,Aeschylus
ISBN13:
978-0977626977
ISBN:
0977626970
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Publisher:
Richer Resources Publications (June 30, 2007)
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Dramas & Plays
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1114 kb
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1175 kb
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4.7
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Ian C. Johnston (born September 27, 1938) is a retired university-college instructor and a professor emeritus at Vancouver Island University. He was born in Valparaíso, Chile, to Dorothy and Kenneth Johnston.

Ian C. He now lives in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, with his wife, Colleen Johnston. Johnston attended the University of Toronto Schools during his high school years.

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This page contains details about the Fiction book Oresteia by Aeschylus published in -458 BC. This book is the 109th greatest Fiction book of all time as determined by thegreatestbooks. The Oresteia is a trilogy of Greek tragedies written by Aeschylus which concerns the end of the curse on the House of Atreus. When originally performed it was accompanied by Proteus, a satyr play that would have been performed following the trilogy; it has not survived.

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By Aeschylus, Ian Johnston

By Aeschylus, Ian Johnston. By Aeschylus, Ian Johnston. William von Humbolt wrote of Aeschylus' The Oresteia that "among all the products of the Greek stage, none can compare with it in tragic power; no other play shows the same intensity and pureness of belief in the divine and good; none can surpass the lessons it teaches and the wisdom of which it is the mouthpiece.

Aeschylus, in The Oresteia, as translated by Ian Johnston (2007)

Aeschylus, in The Oresteia, as translated by Ian Johnston (2007). Ζεῦ͵ πάτερ Ζεῦ͵ σὸν μὲν οὐρανοῦ κράτος͵ σὺ δ΄ ἔργ΄ ἐπ΄ ἀνθρώπων ὁρᾶις λεωργὰ καὶ θεμιστά͵ σοὶ δὲ θηρίων ὕβρις τε καὶ δίκη μέλει. Oh Zeus, father Zeus, Yours is the Kingdom of Heaven, and you watch men's deeds, the crafty and the right, and You are who cares for beasts' transgression and justice.

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William von Humbolt wrote of Aeschylus' The Oresteia that, "among all the products of the Greek stage, none can compare with it in tragic power; no other play shows the same intensity and pureness of belief in the divine and good; none can surpass the lessons it teaches and the wisdom of which it is the mouthpiece." A sequence of three plays, The Oresteia relays the final tragedies which befall the House of Atreus following the end of the Trojan War. The first play, "Agamemnon," tells of the return of King Agamemnon from Troy and of his murder by his wife and her lover. The second, "The Libation Bearers," details the revenge exacted by Agamemnon's son, Orestes, and daughter, Electra, for their father's death. In the third play of the trilogy, "The Eumenides," Orestes and Apollo go before an Athenian jury to determine their ultimate fate. The only full trilogy to have survived from the ancient Greek playwrights, The Oresteia was first performed at a festival in Athens in 458 B.C. where it won first prize. The Oresteia today remains one of the most popular plays of all time.
  • I have been very pleased with this translator. I have previously read his translations of the Iliad and the Odyessy and I find his work to be very readable. This is a great book about family, honor, justice and revenge!

  • So painful to read.