Euripides · ISBN L-999-71104
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Publisher Hayes Barton Press
Author(s) Euripides
Published early 5th c
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In this play by Euripides, Andromache, has been the concubine of Neopotolemus for ten years and has borne his son, Molossus. The wife of Neoptolemus, Hermione, is childless and believes Andromache to be the cause of her barrenness. Resentment inspires Hermione to plot the murder of Andromache and her son. The two are spared when Orestes, who has killed Neoptolemus, arrives and carries Hermione away.
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