Comparison of the Iphigenias, Euripides, Racine and Goethe
Strong, Charles Munroe
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The legend of Iphigenias is one of the most touching of its kind and its theme has been a favorite with dramatists at various times. The story of the young girl, so gentle and forbearing, so modest and submissive to her father's will furnishes, indeed, sufficient material for idealization and has proven a fruitful field from which authors of different ages have successfully gleaned.
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