By Ian C. Storey

Euripides' Suppliant ladies is an unfairly missed grasp paintings by means of the main debatable of the 3 nice tragedians. It dramatises the tale of 1 of the proudest moments in Athenian legendary heritage: the intervention of Theseus in aid of foreign legislation to strength the burial of the Argive lifeless at Thebes. yet Euripides provides new characters to the tale and offers the parable in a unique and infrequently ambiguous mild. a feeling of uncertainty and undercutting pervades this play, which dramatises the sufferings of the blameless in battle after which on the finish foretells extra conflict. in addition to providing a scene-by-scene research, this ebook will talk about the date and historical past of the play, no matter if humans and occasions from modern Athens will be glimpsed within the drama; the issues of staging, and at last the tale in later culture.

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Although the armed forces themselves were still segregated (Sylvester McCauley, who would see service in the European and Pacific theaters of war during World War II, had been drafted the year before), blacks and whites shared the same facilities at Maxwell Field, which had been integrated by virtue of an order issued by President Franklin D. S. military bases. Ray also obtained a job on the base, as a barber, and Rosa rode on integrated trolleys. But the instant she stepped off the base to go home, it was back to the old segregated system, and she had to ride in the rear of the city buses.

One of the biggest struggles Parks experienced in working on such cases was getting black witnesses to come forward to testify against whites. “I happened to be the secretary of the Montgomery branch of the NAACP as well as the NAACP Youth Council adviser,” Parks began her explanation about previous bus incidents for the oral history Voices of Freedom. ” Black witnesses feared reprisals against themselves, their homes, and their families if they dared to accuse a white person of a crime. Once Parks tried to take a statement for the NAACP from a black minister who had run 15 miles to Montgomery to report a murder.

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