Wrath of Achilles
29 Speaking Parts
Edited by David Calcutt
The key theme of Homer's Iliad is explored: the consequences of the dispute between Achilles and Agamemnon that led to the withdrawal from the battlefield of the young Greek hero. At the same time as faithfully seeking to recreate a long-lost world of gods and heroes, this adaptation is made accessible through the skillful use of modern speech and behaviour.
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