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Andromache [in translation] by Euripides

Andromache [in translation]

by Euripides

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"Tells of the trials of Hector's widow Andromache, after she has been carried off by Neoptolemus. This play accuses the Athenians' enemies, the Spartans, of cruelty and cowardice" --Provided by publisher.



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En la mitología griega Andrómaca es hija de Eetión, rey, en la Tróade, de Tebas Hipoplacios, fiel y amantísima esposa de Héctor y madre de Astiniacte o Escamandro. Cuando Héctor muere en la guerra de Troya, le lloró amargamente. Se convierte en esclava de Neoptolemo o Pirro, y matan a su hijo, para evitar así la descendencia masculina de los soberanos troyanos. ( )
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