THE SUFFERING OF ELECTRA: VARIOUS INTRODUCTORY TECHNIQUES ADOPTED BY EURIPIDES AND SOPHOCLES
AbstractIn a perfect sonnet, what you admire is not so much the author's skill in adapting himself to the pattern as the skill and power with which he makes the pattern comply with what he has to say. Without this fitness, which is contingent upon period as well as individual genius, the rest is at best vinuosity: and where the musical element is the only element, that also vanishes. T.S. Eliot, The Music of Poetry'
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