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The Trojan Women

The Trojan Women
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The Trojan Women
By Euripides

The consummation of a great conquest, a thing celebrated in paeans and thanksgivings, the
very height of the day-dreams of the unregenerate man - it seems to be a great joy, and
it is in truth a great misery. It is conquest seen when the thrill of battle is over, and
nothing remains but to wait and think. We feel in the background the presence of the
conquerors, sinister and disappointed phantoms; of the conquered men, after long torment,
now resting in death. But the living drama for Euripides lay in the conquered women.

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