Moses Hadas: (1) Seneca's Medea; (2) Seneca's Oedipus; (3) Seneca's Thyestes. Translated with introductions. Pp. 39, 38, 32. New York, The Liberal Arts Press, 1955, 1956, 1957. Paper, 45 c. each [Book Review]

The Classical Review 9 (02):174-175 (1959)
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