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3_tannu: The greatest pleasure of life is love.” — Euripides WE LOVE MUNAWAR FARUQUI

FKittlerbot: The bookworm Euripides became the first great reader among writers.

IdealistAnarchy: “God helps him who strives hard.” – Euripides, Eumenidae

HerdadeFozdaRep: “Experience, travel – these are as education in themselves.” – Euripides

tldps4: is the joy that guilty pleasure brings. (Euripides)

FocusMV100M: WE LOVE MUNAWAR FARUQUI “One loyal friend is worth ten thousand relatives.” – Euripides

itstill_you: 'I'll take care of you.' 'It's rotten work.' 'Not to me. Not if it's you.' (euripides)

ImageComics: IPHIGENIA IN AULIS, THE AGE OF BRONZE EDITION is in stores Wednesday! The most powerful dramatic script by EURIPIDES springs to life anew in a fresh adaptation by writer EDWARD EINHORN and Eisner Award-winning AGE OF BRONZE artist ERIC SHANOWER.

ampol_moment: United States v. Article Consisting of 50,000 Cardboard Boxes More or Less, Each Containing One Pair of Clacker Balls. Article Consisting of 50,000 Cardboard Boxes More or Less, Each Containing One Pair of Clacker Balls after losing the case was then sentenced to death. (1976)

RobertDolezal: Where did you get your rhetorical comparison training, from Euripides?

geiselIe: “The greatest pleasure of life is love.” — Euripides

Quotesme_: "Sound judgement, with discernment is the best of seers" - Euripides

WalktoEndALS_TD: We will be reading from the ancient works of Euripides, in his one act play "The Cyclops", and the more contemporary works of Philip Moeller, in his one act play, "The Roadhouse in Arden." We encourage audience participation! No experience, memorization, or preparation required.

DiodorusEs: Euripides: Suppliants

bonesivybreath: Gods are stubborn. So am I. — Euripides, Herakles (tr. Anne Carson)

Baba_G_Quotes: The wisest men follow their own direction. - Euripides

quot3bot: "Your very silence shows you agree." ~ Euripides

FKittlerbot: The bookworm Euripides became the first great reader among writers.

amalucky: At the last moment, the gods spared Iphigenia and whisked her away, replacing her with a deer. The story is narrated in one of the most important works of literature, Euripides’ drama Iphigenia at Aulis. What happened to Iphigenia unravels in Euripides' drama Iphigenia in Tauris.

amalucky: The tragic and multidimensional story of Iphigenia has inspired countless paintings, sculptures, music plays and movies. One of the most important movies is the 1977 film Iphigenia by director Michael Cacoyannis based on Euripides's script

ryujoonwooh: [명언]Waste no fresh tears over old griefs. (Euripides)

skinnedhack: Enough is abundance to the wise. Euripides

Baba_G_Quotes: Friends show their love in times of trouble, not in happiness. - Euripides

geiselIe: “The greatest pleasure of life is love.” — Euripides

bot_tsh: Euripides speaks of the Maenads: head thrown back, throat to the stars, ‘more like deer than human being.’

Inspired2Share: "Sound judgement, with discernment is the best of seers" - Euripides

QuotePicNet: "Sound judgement, with discernment is the best of seers" - Euripides

bonesivybreath: Gods are stubborn. So am I. — Euripides, Herakles (tr. Anne Carson)

AimeeTh086: Forgive, son; men are men; they needs must err. Euripides

iwakkoi_center: The wisest men follow their own direction. - Euripides

Krishvaghani81: Talk sense to a fool and he calls you foolish. - Euripides

Daily_bookquote: Talk sense to a fool and he calls you foolish. - Euripides

CandyFrank8: The wisest men follow their own direction. - Euripides

emmanuel_psyNFT: Much effort, much prosperity. Euripides

Santpos0: Experience, travel. These are an education in themselves. Euripides

Rsineetpa: Much effort, much prosperity. Euripides

LucreSnooker: might have to watch all the Tyler Perry Madea movies so I can make some jokes about Medea as depicted by Euripides etc.

iherb22Voucher5: “The greatest pleasure of life is love.” — Euripides ~iherb

geiselIe: “The greatest pleasure of life is love.” — Euripides

godlingsbot: Euripides speaks of the Maenads: head thrown back, throat to the stars, ‘more like deer than human being.’ To be absolutely free!

affectingbot: The Agamemnon Chorus said, “Then he put on the yoke of Necessity. His mind veered toward unholiness, his nerve turned cold.” Euripides’ Electra tells Hermione there is no point in begging for mercy, even though she is her cousin: “It is fixed. We stand in the yoke of necessity.”

laharireddy0: . “Leave no stone unturned.” – Euripides " CONGO UMAR FOR 2M INSTA FAM "

mathew_judas: To a father growing old nothing is dearer than a daughter. Euripides

mathew_judas: He was a wise man who originated the idea of God. There is just one life for each of us: our own. Wealth stays with us a little moment if at all: only our characters are steadfast, not our gold. Euripides

mathew_judas: One does nothing who tries to console a despondent person with word. A friend is one who aids with deeds at a critical time when deeds are called for. Down on your knees, and thank heaven, fasting, for a good man's love. Euripides

mathew_judas: Do not plan for ventures before finishing what's at hand. To persevere, trusting in what hopes he has, is courage in a man. Along with success comes a reputation for wisdom. Euripides

mathew_judas: God hates violence. He has ordained that all men fairly possess their property, not seize it. Euripides

mathew_judas: Joint undertakings stand a better chance when they benefit both sides. Euripides

itstill_you: 'I'll take care of you.' 'It's rotten work.' 'Not to me. Not if it's you.' (euripides)

zachsilberberg: your honor, my client is innocent. he was simply in a ratatouille situation with a rat who was evil

CerebralWisdom: When one with honeyed words but evil mind persuades the mob, great woes befall the state. - Euripides

BijanOmrani: Sonnet - On Lockdown drinking. H/t Euripides

everyTitleCincy: The Bacchae Of Euripides: A Communion Rite,—Soyinka, Wole. 1974 Book | 822.914 s731 b items: 2 | circs: 20

RickOehling: The Herakles of Euripides? The one who kills his family? You can see it in his eyes.

regularquotebot: But at least it entails the assumption that Euripides himself was not playing. That he was a serious playwright who knew his target and took aim.

hdavisiii: “The greatest pleasure of life is love.” — Euripides

Euripides_Nuts: nice

AntigoneJournal: Rather poignant that the beam on which Montaigne inscribed Euripides' despair about the fragility of the human condition (and the empty vanity of pride) has suffered the very fate it warns of: "What mortal will ever judge himself great when a chance cause can wipe him right out?"

rudimentarypen: most important parts of “The Theory of the Novel” for me are the ruthless dismissals of Euripides (“non-tragic”), Virgil (“shadow existence”), and Zola (“monotonous”), the profane trinity of bad “Great Literature”—crucial precursor judgments to Lukács’s later “realism” arguments

MarkBlife: Friends show their love in times of trouble, not in happiness. – Euripides

RealitySelect0r: There is just one life for each of us: our own. Euripides

poonamteju: “He is not a lover who does not love forever.” — Euripides TEJASSWI REIGNING NAAGIN6

fadeaccompli: Things I can never spell right on the first try, despite this many years in classics: Oxyrhynchus, Euripides, prosopopoeia.

WillHastingsUK: Sometimes you have to sneak a peak before your entrance. Rehearsals for The Cyclops by Euripides. Photo: Salv Scarpa

FKittlerbot: The bookworm Euripides became the first great reader among writers.

GRRMwriting: The meaning of Euripides' The Bacchae is this, the improper balance of Apollo and Dionysus

iyielektrikler: Thanks to Edith Mayhall I learned that Euripides wrote one of his tragedias in this cave.

philosophytweet: When a good man is hurt, all who would be called good must suffer with him. - Euripides

FKittlerbot: The bookworm Euripides became the first great reader among writers.

itstill_you: 'I'll take care of you.' 'It's rotten work.' 'Not to me. Not if it's you.' (euripides)

a3pairquotes: chikage/citron/itaru 'i'll take care of you.' 'it's rotten work.' 'not to me. not if it's you.' — anne carson, euripides.

Jacob_NYT: Euripides said, “When a good man is hurt, all who would be called good must suffer with him.”

Jacob_NYT: Euripides said, “When love is in excess it brings a man no honor nor worthiness.”

SlowwCo: Question everything. Learn something. Answer nothing. ― Euripides

DailyDadEmail: “To a father growing old nothing is dearer than a daughter.” –Euripides

1525O3397: How should we read moments like this, where exasperation verges on farce? Sometimes I wonder if Euripides saw the very texture of reality as ironic. Saw the gods as ironic. Saw the gods in their interactions with human beings as essentially playing. A frightening idea.

AlexandreVytor: One loyal friend is worth ten thousand relatives. Euripides

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alirazaabbass: "He is not a lover who does not love forever." ~ Euripides

LockuppA: Silence is true wisdom’s best reply. Euripides WE LOVE YOU ANJALI

Dr_TheHistories: A cameo depicting two pairs of theatrical masks separated by the words "Euripides". One pair of masks depicts faces of satyrs, other faces of people. This cameo made in sardonyx comes from 1st century Roman culture. It was set in gold in 19th century or later. Getty Museum

geiselIe: “The greatest pleasure of life is love.” — Euripides

quot3bot: "He is not a lover who does not love forever." ~ Euripides

rudimentarypen: most important parts of “The Theory of the Novel” for me are the ruthless dismissals of Euripides (“non-tragic”), Virgil (“shadow existence”), and Zola (“monotonous”, the profane trinity of bad “great literature”—crucial precursor judgments to Lukács’s later “realism” arguments

MotifBot: R323.2. Murderer escapes to sky in magic chariot. Greek Euripides‘ Medea.

edithmayhall: A life's ambition fulfilled with old friend Leonidas Papadopoulos to visit Euripides mancave for writing after a VERY stiff mountain climb on Salamis. Tweeting from the actual cave.

toekneediaz: "To a father growing old, nothing is dearer than a daughter." - Euripides

tldps4: is the joy that guilty pleasure brings. (Euripides)

Euripides_Nuts: Wait actually this is fire???

RaspiArduino: Leave no stone unturned. -- Euripides

quot3bot: "It is a good thing to be rich and strong, but it is a better thing to be loved." ~ Euripides

StyleSarapan: "Sound judgement, with discernment is the best of seers" - Euripides

geiselIe: “The greatest pleasure of life is love.” — Euripides

RuthGre66724504: The greatest pleasure of life is love. — Euripides

IVMiles: If you don't understand that the Second Person of the Trinity quotes Euripides' Bacchae to Saul in the Damascus road, you don't get Acts 26's meaning. And if you think you can magically understand that by staring at scripture, you actually DONT believe in Sola Scriptura.

SorayaMcDonald: It's giving Euripides! It's giving Gospel Spooky Mormon Hell Dream! It's giving formal rigor AND unique creativity! Plus ghosts!!!!

Lamhfada: He who is a god is poured out in offerings to the Gods so that by his means men may have good things" Euripides in the Bacchae highlighting that Bread (the gift of the Goddess Demeter) and Wine (the gift of the God Dionysus) have been a classic pairing since 300 BCE at least.

Arielfygarcia: Leave no stone unturned. Euripides

frankspring: the ideal example of anagnorisis, the moment when the hero of the story is lifted out of ignorance and into knowledge about the state of the world. euripides read this book with appreciation and envy, or so the classical texts tell us.

quot3bot: "Hate is a bottomless cup; I will pour and pour." ~ Euripides



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