5 edition of Alkestis found in the catalog.
|Statement||Im Heliopolis Verlag|
|Publishers||Im Heliopolis Verlag|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
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Alkestis How dos she still live, if indeed she has promisedthis? Apollo Would you then grant me this as a favor[ kharis]? Conacher explores how Euripides expanded the myth of Admetus and Alcestis, and added elements of comedy and folk tales.
1095 Admetos Though she is dead, if I betray her may Idie! Herakles Not to Alkestis this would be to miss themark. When he returns, he brings with him a veiled woman whom he tells Admetus he has won in Alkestis competition. Herakles Should I not have been treatedwell because of the death of an outsider? 's play is a modern adaption of Alcestis; it was premiered at the Edinburgh Festival on 22 August 1949, directed by E.
Admetos Her father dead, she came here an orphan. But I did not wish Alkestis live separated fromyou with orphaned children, so I die withoutreluctance, though the gifts of youth are mine to make lifegrateful to me. But you could stand aloof, old as you are, andallow another, a younger person to die; and now will you bewailher death?
Chorus O much hospitable and always strophe free house of this man even Pythian Apollo who is 570 skilled in the lyre considered you worthy to dwell in, and deigned to be called the shepherd of your pastures: And as he drove his flocks along, 575 He played rural marriage songs on hispipe.
For know, death is a debt we all must pay.
155 And the whole city [ polis] knowsthis.