• March 2nd, 2016

write a thesis-based essay in which you compare or contrast the two texts on the value of engaging in action versus the avoidance of action.

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Characters in the plays of Aeschylus and Sophocles suffer ends because of actions they take or have taken. So, would the authors say that inaction is better than action? Could the characters have done something to avoid their tragic fate? Using one of the following plays by Aeschylus — Agamemnon or The Libation Bearers or The Eumenides
— and one of the following plays by Sophocles — Oedipus The King or Antigone — write a thesis-based essay in which you compare or contrast the two texts on the value of engaging in action versus the avoidance of action.

Books: 1. Aeschylus, The Oresteia, trans. Robert Fagles
2. Greek Tragedies, vol. 1, ed. David Grene and Richmond Lattimore

Both pdf. and word documents neeed

Time New Roman 12, double space, in-text quotes, no Internet sources

 

  1. Compare only or contrast only
  2. No internet sources quotation
  3. Quotes only from books provided
  4. Use only one play from Aeschylus and only one play from Sophocles
Aeschylus Oresteia (tr: Fagles), 9780140443332
Grene Greek Tragedies 1 (agamemnon, Prometheus Bound, Oedipus The King, Antigone, Hippolytus), Volume 1, 3 Edition, 9780226035284
  1. Times New Roman 12

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