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Fri Mar 21 17:08:35 2014 UTClccn-n861411470.32The Oresteia /0.730.92Restorations of Menander,2688565Walter_George_Headlamn 861411471586733Headlam, W., 1866-1908Headlam, W. G.Headlam, Walter, 1866-1908Headlam, Walter George 1866-1908lccn-n79055702Aeschyluslccn-nr97035016Pearson, A. C.(Alfred Chilton)1861-1935othedtlccn-n91125336Knox, A. D.(Alfred Dillwyn)1884-1943othedtlccn-n79105659Herodaslccn-n50011997Thomson, George Derwenttrledtfast-1047569Orestes (Greek mythology)lccn-n50039216Jebb, R. C.(Richard Claverhouse)1841-1905othannedtlccn-n79127755Sophoclesfast-800082Agamemnon (Greek mythology)lccn-no99022192Headlam, Cecil1872-Headlam, Walter George1866-1908DramaRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcOrestes (Greek mythology)Agamemnon (Greek mythology)Electra (Greek mythology)AeschylusGreek drama (Tragedy)Greek dramaPantomimesClytemnestra (Greek mythology)Greek poetryHeadlam, Walter George,Erinyes (Greek mythology)EditingAgamemnon (Aeschylus)Mythology, GreekMenander,--of AthensOresteia (Aeschylus)Fragments (Sophocles)Choephori (Aeschylus)Eumenides (Aeschylus)Greek literatureLibrariesClassical literatureEnglish dramaGreek language--Versification18661908189018911898190019021904190519061907190819091910191719221925193419381963196619671977197919882001200920102013210562233882.01PA3827.A7ocn002434309ocn004563694ocn005875196ocn005077281ocn261325938ocn564544155ocn744738872ocn781238725ocn811118046ocn859558293ocn001897498ocn003956109ocn001383534ocn713118617ocn713118565ocn024278433ocn009227182ocn551397484ocn081327082ocn009276545ocn797658619ocn459641816ocn187039642ocn186972962ocn459398379ocn459351880ocn586808848ocn75970195254136ocn002434309book19220.73HerodasThe Mimes and fragments+-+197144803642727ocn000461947book19380.79AeschylusThe Oresteia of AeschylusCriticism, interpretation, etcDrama27126ocn004563694book19170.79SophoclesThe fragments of SophoclesDrama+-+213455356632421418ocn000396627book19100.53AeschylusThe Agamemnon of AeschylusDramaThe Agamemnon of Aeschylus is the first play in The Trilogy of the Oresteia, which deals with the eternal problem of the evil act causing vengeance which wreaks more evil which must be avenged. Aeschylus declares that the new ruler in heaven, Zeus, heralds the end of this cycle and the beginning of hope. Zeus has suffered and sinned and grown wise, and thereby shows humans how to grow wise also+-+14576535663241057ocn003693339book19000.81AeschylusThe plays of Aeschylus989ocn002093613book19070.76Headlam, Walter GeorgeA book of Greek verse8012ocn009667757book18910.81Headlam, Walter GeorgeOn editing Aeschylus: a criticismCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+1914553566372ocn003956109book18900.86Meleager, of GadaraFifty poems of Meleager325ocn010814368book19080.92Headlam, Walter GeorgeRestorations of MenanderCriticism, interpretation, etc172ocn032165493book19040.53AeschylusThe AgamemnonDrama163ocn001383534book19080.81AeschylusThe Eumenides134ocn697834028com19100.84Headlam, Walter GeorgeWalter Headlam, his letters and poemsRecords and correspondence133ocn831207355book19170.35SophoclesThe fragments of Sophocles112ocn831207370book19170.35SophoclesThe fragments of Sophocles113ocn697766991com19170.66SophoclesFragments edited with additional notes from the papers of Sir R.C. Jebb and W.G. Headlam by A.C. Pearson112ocn697643366com19100.56AeschylusAgamemnon with verse translation112ocn831207387book19170.35SophoclesThe fragments of Sophocles81ocn258299832book19660.33AeschylusCommentary71ocn258300600book19660.32AeschylusIntroduction, text, scholia64ocn470838249book19100.59AeschylusAgamemnon782ocn000602810book19100.84Headlam, Walter GeorgeWalter Headlam, his letters and poemsRecords and correspondence61ocn221103594book19660.32AeschylusThe OresteiaDramaThe Oresteia by Aeschylus, the only extant trilogy among the Greek tragedies, is one of the great foundational texts of Western culture. Beginning with Agamemnon, which describes Agamemnon's return from the Trojan War and his murder at the hands of his wife, Clytemnestra, and continuing through Orestes' murder of Clytemnestra in Libation Bearers and his acquittal at Athena's court in Eumenides, the trilogy traces the evolution of justice in human society from blood vengeance to the rule of law. The story of the house of Atreus is a tale of incest, adultery, human sacrifice, cannibalism, and political intrigue. It is also a story in which human action is simultaneously willed and determined11ocn085080255book19100.47Benten, Arthur RichardA hand-list of books connected wih Aeschylus : principally from the library of... Walter Headlam : now in the Library of King's College, Cambridge11ocn056006918book19080.47Headlam, Walter GeorgeCatalogue of the library of ... W.G. Headlam ... on saleCatalogs+-+1971448036+-+1971448036Fri Mar 21 15:37:34 EDT 2014batch14566