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    Hercules Furens and Prometheus Vinctus.H. G. Mullens - 1939 - The Classical Review 53 (5-6):165-166.
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    The Meaning of Euripides' Orestes.H. G. Mullens - 1940 - Classical Quarterly 34 (3-4):153-.
    Orestes, like Hercules Furens, deals with madness and crime; but, whereas in the latter Euripides treats his subject with Aeschylean mysticism, in this play he attempts a pathological study of criminality. For subtlety of psychological insight this play is comparable to Hamlet, but it is far more dramatic than Shakespeare's play. In fact, the first impression made upon the reader is that it is ‘good stage’, an opinion shared by the actors of the fourth century. Yet it has not infrequently (...)
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