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Frogs (Murray 1912)

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The Frogs of Aristophanes  (1912) 
by Aristophanes, translated by Gilbert Murray

This is the corrected 1912 edition. Murray's English translation was first published in 1908, with the erroneous header "Euripides" on the verso of each leaf.

THE FROGS

OF

ARISTOPHANES

TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH RHYMING VERSE BY

GILBERT MURRAY, M.A., LL.D.

EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GREEK IN THE UNIVERSITY
OF GLASGOW; FELLOW OF NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD

LONDON
GEORGE ALLEN & COMPANY, LTD.
44 & 45 RATHBONE PLACE
1912

Contents (not listed in original)

Printed by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co.
At the Ballantyne Press, Edinburgh

THE ATHENIAN DRAMA

FOR ENGLISH READERS

A Series of Verse Translations of the Greek
Dramatic Poets, with Commentaries and
Explanatory Notes.

'Crown 8vo, cloth, gilt top, 7s. 6d. each net.
Each Volume Illustrated from ancient
Sculptures and Vase-Painting.

AESCHYLUS: The Orestean Trilogy. By Prof. G. C. Warr. With an Introduction on The Rise of Greek Tragedy, and 13 Illustrations.
SOPHOCLES: Œdipus Tyrannus and Coloneus, and Antigone. By Prof. J. S. Phillimore. With an Introduction on Sophocles and his Treatment of Tragedy, and 16 Illustrations.
EURIPIDES: Hippolytus; Bacchae; Aristophanes' 'Frogs.' By Prof. Gilbert Murray. With an Appendix on The Lost Tragedies of Euripides, and an Introduction on The Significance of the Bacchae in Athenian History, and 12 Illustrations.[Fifth Edition.

ALSO UNIFORM WITH THE ABOVE

THE HOMERIC HYMNS. A New Prose Rendering by Andrew Lang, with Essays Critical and Explanatory, and 14 Illustrations.

THE PLAYS OF EURIPIDES

Translated into English Rhyming Verse, with Explanatory Notes, by Prof. Gilbert Murray.


Hippolytus. 14th Thousand. Paper Covers, Impl.
Bacchae. 10th Thousand. 16mo, 1s. each net.
The Trojan Women. 9th Th.
Electra. 11th Thousand.
Medea. 8th Thousand.
Iphigenia in Tauris. 4th Th.
The Frogs of Aristophanes. Also crown 8vo,
10th Thousand. cloth, gilt top, 2s.
Œdipus Tyrannus of Sophocles. each net.


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