Women of Troy
Drama Classics: The World's Great Plays at a Great Little Price
In the aftermath of the bloody Trojan Wars, the women of the city lament their fate and look fearfully ahead to the future. Covering themes of religious scepticism, the injustices within roles of women and the destructive power of war, this play is once again becoming relevant in our increasingly uncertain world.
Translated by Kenneth McLeish and introduced by Marianne McDonald and Michael Walton.
30 Apr 2004Size: 160mm x 106mm
Also by Euripides:
Also by Kenneth McLeish: