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While the translation is good, this edition is missing line numbers. This may not bother the pleasure reader, but if you are buying this book for a class, or for other scholarly work, the absence makes it difficult to discuss in class.
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Danaus speechifies about proper behavior and modesty, and the play ends with songs of deliverance and praise to Artemis and Aphrodite. In the next play of the sequence, the maidens were forced to marry their cousins after all.
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