Seneca : Thyestes /
"Written in Nero's Rome in about AD 62, Seneca's Thyestes is one of the greatest and most influential of classical tragedies. As the bloodiest work in the Greco-Roman canon, Thyestes was long reviled for its depiction of savage violence and its representation of human bestiality. Pete...
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