Publisher: Alianza, 2019.
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Framed within what is called "Trojan cycle" that is, the one that has to do with all those events linked to the Trojan War and those who participate in it, the three pieces of the theater of Euripides (484-406 BC) that collects this volume have as protagonists the sons of the kings Agamemnon and Clythemestra. If in "Ifigenia en Áulide" the core of the conflict resides in the struggle between parental love and duty and political commitments, Electra and Orestes for their part raise the issue of fraternal feelings and friendship put to the test by some events tragic. Other tragedies of Euripides published in this collection: "Alcestis. Medea. Hippolytus, The Trojans and Andromache. Crazy Heracles. The Bacchantes". Introduction and translation by Luis M. Macía Aparicio.