Antigone - Sophocles
Power of Love
Power of Love is from Antigone by Sophocles. Here's the full text of the piece.
'The Burial at Thebes' Review - A version of Sophocles' Antigone
In The Burial at Thebes, Nobel-prize-winning writer Seamus Heaney offers his new translation of Sophocles' Antigone (c. 442 B.C.). In this translation--marking the centenary of the Abbey Theatre in Dublin--Heaney adds his own modern touches to revive this ancient tale of love and self-sacrifice.
Books About "Antigone"
"Antigone" is a Greek tragedy by Sophocles. The play first appeared around 442 B.C. Antigone is one of the daughters of Oedipus, who was fated to murder his father and marry his mother. Read more about Sophocles and his play, "Antigone."
Antigone - Sophocles - translated by F. Storr
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Antigone - Sophocles - translated by R. C. Jebb
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Oedipus at Colonus - Sophocles - translated by by F. Storr
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Oedipus Rex - Sophocles - translated by F. Storr
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William Shakespeare created one of the most memorable tragedies in literary history with Romeo and Juliet. It's a tale of star-crossed lovers, but they were destined to come together only in death. Of course, if you loved Romeo and Juliet, you'll probably love the other plays by Shakespeare. But there are a number of other works you'll likely...