Cover

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Title Page, Copyright, Dedication

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Contents

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p. vii

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Translator's Note

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pp. ix-xi

This translation of Iphigénie, Racine’s ninth play, is one of a series, which, when complete, will offer in English translation all twelve of Racine’s plays (eleven tragedies and one comedy), only the third such traversal since Racine’s death...

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Iphigenia: Discussion

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pp. 1-46

While there might be some truth in the observation that in both Iphigenia and Bajazet a key element of the drama involves the stoppage of the wind, the fact that in Iphigenia the wind in question is in the sails, whereas in...

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Racine's Preface

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pp. 47-55

There is nothing more celebrated among the poets than the sacrifice of Iphigenia; but they are not all in agreement about the most important particulars of this sacrifice. Some of them, like Aeschylus in...

Iphigenia (1674)

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pp. 57-130

Iphihenia: Notes and Commentary

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pp. 131-152

Selected Bibliography

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pp. 153-154

CIP Page

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Back Cover

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