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Euripides

Syllabification: Eu·rip·i·des
Pronunciation: /yo͝oˈripəˌdēz
 
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( 480-circa 406 bc), Greek playwright. His 19 surviving plays show important innovations in the handling of traditional myths, such as the introduction of realism, an interest in feminine psychology, and the portrayal of abnormal and irrational states of mind. Notable works: Medea, Hippolytus, Electra, Trojan Women, and Bacchae.

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