By N. G. Wilson
Though the textual content of the performs is best preserved than that of Greek tragedy, the editor has inspiration it fascinating to list or undertake a good variety of conjectures, a few of them little recognized or unjustly left out; in a number of passages he has ventured to supply feedback of his own.
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