This book is a product of Euro imperial fiction concocted to support racist prejudices in the 19th Century. Archaeological study and research since its presentation have negated the attached racist ... Read More
The Four Witnesses: The Rebel, the Rabbi, the Chronicler, and the Mystic
I found "The Four Witnesses" on a shelf in the library. It looked intriguing, and I read it. (In fact, the author says his book was written for, among others, such a happenstance, curious reader such ... Read More
Euripides V: Bacchae/Iphigenia in Aulis/The Cyclops/Rhesus
My recollection of the last lines of a previous translation is, "The gods wear many faces and many fates fulfill to work their will. The end we look for comes not. God brings the unthought to be, ... Read More
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