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Tony Kline lives in England. He graduated in Mathematics from the University of Manchester, and was Chief Information Officer (Systems Director) of a large UK Company, before dedicating himself to his literary work and interests. He was born in 1947. His work consists of translations of poetry; critical works, biographical history with poetry as a central theme; and his own original poetry. He has translated into English from Latin, Ancient Greek, Classical Chinese and the European languages.  He also maintains a deep interest in developments in Mathematics and the Sciences.

        He continues to write predominantly for the Internet, making all works available in download format, with an added focus on the rapidly developing area of electronic books. His most extensive works are complete translations of Ovid's Metamorphoses and Dante's Divine Comedy, both published electronically, with a comprehensive in-depth index fully hyper-linked to the text. These have also been published in printed book form by Borders Classics.

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Heracleidae

By: Euripides; George Theodoridis, Translator

Heracleidae is a play by Euripides c. 430 BC. It follows the children of Heracles (known as the Heracleidae), as they seek protection from Eurystheus. It is the first of two surviving plays by Euripides where the family of Heracles are suppliants (the second being Heracles Mad).

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Helen

By: Euripides; George Theodoridis, Translator

A story of Helen of Troy and the return of her husband, Menelaus, who was thought to be dead and their escape together.

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Hekabe

By: Euripides; George Theodoridis, Translator

Hēkabē is a tragedy by Euripides written c. 424 BC. It takes place after the Trojan War, but before the Greeks have departed Troy. The central figure is Hēkabē, wife of King Priam, formerly Queen of the now-fallen city. It depicts Hēkabē's grief over the death of her daughter Polyxena, and the revenge she takes for the murder of her youngest son Polydorus.

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Elektra

By: Euripides; George Theodoridis, Translator

It is unclear whether it was first produced before or after Sophocles' version of the Electra story.

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Cyclops

By: Euripides; George Theodoridis, Translator

The Cyclops is an Ancient Greek satyr play by Euripides, the only complete satyr play that has survived antiquity. It is a comical burlesque-like play on the same story depicted in book nine of Homer's Odyssey.

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The Bacchae

By: Euripides; George Theodoridis, Translator

This tragedy is based on the mythological story of King Pentheus of Thebes and his mother Agauë, and their punishment by the god Dionysus (who is Pentheus' cousin) for refusing to worship him.

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Andromache

By: Euripides; George Theodoridis, Translator

Andromache dramatizes Andromache's life as a slave, years after the events of the Trojan War, and her conflict with her master's new wife, Hermione.

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Alcestis

By: Euripides; George Theodoridis, Translator

Alcestis is an Athenian tragedy by the ancient Greek playwright Euripides.

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Women in Parliament

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

More fun from the home of political incorrectness.

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Women at the Festival : Thesmophoriazusae: Thesmophoriazusae

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

The master at his most vulgar.

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Wealth

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

The master returns!

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The Wasps

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

Another buzz from the master.

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Peace

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

A further instalment of his satirical trilogy opposing the Peloponnesian War.

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Lysistrata

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

The famous final part of the anti-war trilogy from the master of Athenian 'Old Attic' Comedy, with stage directions, and an introduction for theatre directors.

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The Knights

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

A new translation of this little-known play.

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The Frogs

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

His comic masterpiece written beneath the shadow of defeat during the Peloponnesian War.

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The Clouds

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

A fine new translation of this fascinating play.

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The Birds

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

The master at his funniest and most brilliant.

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The Acharnians

By: Aristophanes; George Theodoridis, Translator

The first play of his bawdy, irreverent trilogy, opposing the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta, in a new, explicit, modern translation.

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The Suppliant Maidens

By: Aeschylus; George Theodoridis, Translator

Danaus and his fifty daughters.

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