EURIPIDES was an Athenian born in 484 BC. A member of a family of considerable rank, he disliked performing the public duties expected of him, prefering a life of introspection. Such a man was likely to win only grudging admiration and little popularity, and during fifty years’ writing of plays for the festivals of Dionysus he was awarded the prize only four or five times.
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