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Phaethon (Cód: 9478116)

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Phaethon

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In classical mythology, Phaethon is the child of the sun god Helios, who tries to drive his father'apos;s chariot and is killed in the attempt. Euripides explains how this happened: Helios had seduced Phaeton'apos;s mother - already betrothed to another - and as the price of her seduction had promised to grant her a favour. As an adult Phaethon claims the promise and asks to drive his father'apos;s chariot, with disastrous consequences...


Only a quarter of Euripides'apos; original version of Phaethon has survived. Alistair Elliot has translated these surviving 327 lines and reconstructed the rest, staying as faithful as possible to Euripides'apos; time and way of thinking. The result is something very like finding a lost Euripides play, unperformed since the fifth century BC and amounting to a new masterpiece.

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Peso 0.00 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca DIRECTEBOOKS
Idioma 337
Acabamento e-book
Territorialidade Internacional
Proteção Drm Sim
Cód. Barras 9781849436540
Ano da Publicação 108