Classics Literary Tales

Full Summary & Analysis of “The Oresteia” by Aeschylus

In this episode of Literary Tales we explore and examine Aeschylus’ most famous series of plays: The Oresteia and reveal that it is a drama concerned about justice and injustice, reason and passion, revenge and persuasion.

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Hesiod, Paul Krause in real life, is the editor of VoegelinView and a writer on art, culture, literature, politics, and religion for numerous journals, magazines, and newspapers. He is the author of The Odyssey of Love and the Politics of Plato, and a contributor to the College Lecture Today and the forthcoming book Diseases, Disasters, and Political Theory. He holds master’s degrees in philosophy and theology (biblical & religious studies) from the University of Buckingham and Yale, and a bachelor’s degree in economics, history, and philosophy from Baldwin Wallace University.

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