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Trojan Women, The

noun
1.
a tragedy (415 b.c.) by Euripides.
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  • We have so far treated the trojan women as though it stood alone.

    Euripedes and His Age

    Gilbert Murray
  • Critics have used various words to describe the change of mood which followed the trojan women.

    Euripedes and His Age

    Gilbert Murray
  • The mood of the trojan women is not exactly pessimism or despair; and whatever it is, it does not colour all the subsequent plays.

    Euripedes and His Age

    Gilbert Murray
  • It is worth noticing how the trojan women generally avoid addressing him.

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