Cyclops by Euripides

"Cyclops" is a satyr play that blends elements of comedy and tragedy, drawing from the mythological encounter between Odysseus and the titular one-eyed giant. The narrative follows Odysseus and his men as they become trapped in the cave of the Cyclops, a savage and uncivilized creature. Employing wit and cunning, Odysseus devises a plan to intoxicate the monster with wine and blind him, securing an escape for himself and his crew. The play explores themes of intelligence versus brute force, the struggle for survival, and the clever triumph of human ingenuity over monstrous barbarism.

The 7179th greatest book of all time


Published
-405
Nationality
Greek
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
3,922
Original Language
Ancient Greek

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