Tragedy 101: Euripides — We’re All Mad Here

In his lifetime, Euripides wrote over 80 plays, out of which, 17 survive today and is the third most famous Athenian playwright that we know about alongside Sophocles and Aeschylus. Although he was very popular as a playwright, in his work he tends to challenge stereotypes of men and women and create what would be […]

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