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Book 1: Euripides I: Alcestis, Medea, The Children of Heracles, Hippolytus (The Complete Greek Tragedies)
Author:Euripides, Lattimore, Richmond Alexander, Taplin, Oliver, Griffith, Mark, Grene, David
Book 2: Six Tragedies
Attention: Please do not use any other work cites, any other versions of the book besides those mentioned above. Everything should be from the versions provided.
Choose one scene that is significantly different between Euripides’ Hippolytus and Seneca’s Phaedra. Describe that difference and explain why it is important, what it tells us about the different meaning each playwright is trying to express. Some possibilities: The prologue scene The revelation of Phaedra’s desire to Hippolytus The argument between the nurse and Phaedra in which the nurse tries to deal with Phaedra’s illicit desire The scene in which Theseus learns the false story about the rape of Phaedra The scene in which Theseus learns the truth The scene of the bull bringing about Hizaglytas>death W\1¢ Poly rus death You may compare a large or small scene, as you choose, but the more you can limit your argument, the better it is likely to be.