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The Electra of Euripides  (1913) 
by Euripides, translated by Gilbert Murray

Reprint from 1913; first published in 1905.

THE

ELECTRA

OF

EURIPIDES

TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH RHYMING VERSE
WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES BY

GILBERT MURRAY, LL.D., D.Litt.

REGIUS PROFESSOR OF GREEK IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

THIRTEENTH THOUSAND

LONDON
GEORGE ALLEN & COMPANY, LTD.
44 & 45 RATHBONE PLACE
1913

Contents (not listed in original)

First Edition, November 1905
Reprinted, November 1906
Reprinted, February 1908
Reprinted, March 1910
Reprinted, December 1910
Reprinted, February 1913

Performed at
The Court Theatre, London
in 1907

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