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Sophocles:The Legend of Greek Tragedy
Sophocles: The Legend of Greek TragedySophocles, perhaps more than any other Athenian author, typified the ancient Greek ideal that a man, no matter what his other ambitions and accomplishments, should live fully in the present (Robinson 1). Sophocles exemplified living in the present. He was involved in many different activities, from civic duties to various capacities in the state. He has been called the quintessence of the Greek, the great tragedian, and he has become immortal within the realm of Greek poets. The spirit of Sophocles is the strife to understand the irresistible movem…
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- Sophocles:The Legend of Greek Tragedy
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