The Oresteia adapted from Aeschylus / a version by William Whallon including the lost satyr play ; director, Bill Vincent.

The poet Swinburne describes this ancient drama as the finest achievement of the human mind. The work is not an image of life, but a Dionysian entertainment, a ceremony, an act of worship.

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Bv Productions (Canada : Firm)
Other Authors: Whallon, William, 1928-
Format: Video VHS
Published: Canada : Bv productions, c2001.
Table of Contents:
  • Pts. 1 and 4. The brothers Agamemnon and Menelaus, warlords at Troy, return home to their wives, the sisters Clytemestra and Helen
  • Pts. 2 and 3. Orestes does a great wrong as a duty, and the Furies contest for him against Apollo.