In reading the Agamemnon and Eumenidcs, the Antigone, the Traclta#39;271zza#39;w, the Suppliants of Euripides, and at least half a ... In the Eunwma#39;des and in the Ajax he would have seen the Unity of Place equally disregarded. With regard to the Unity of Action it is no paradox to say that it is practically observed as faithfully in his tragedies as it is in those of Sophocles. Where it is apparently violated, as in his so-called double plots, this is simply to be attributed to the colossal scale on whichanbsp;...
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