In this classic translation of Seneca’s Medea, Ella Harris retains the powerful effects of the monologues, as well as the unique flavor of Seneca's language.
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""Ahl's translations reveal a genuineimaginative response to the playwright. His work has a coherent dramatic shape and the quality of lyrical fantasy characteristic of Senecan language. I do not think a translator can come closer to being 'Senecan.'" Eleanor Winsor Leach, Department of Classical Studies, Indiana University"