The New International Encyclopædia/Aristophanes's Apology

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ARISTOPHANES'S APOLOGY. The sequel to Browning's Balaustion's Adventure, published in 1875. It is a long poem in blank verse, supposed to commemorate the defense made by Aristophanes for his comic art, on learning from the venerable Sophocles of the death of the tragedian Euripides.