Author: Aeschylus and John Tipton

Aeschylus was born at Eleusis near Athens in 525 BCE and died in Sicily in 456 BCE. He took part in the Persian Wars and fought at Marathon. Considered the father of Greek tragedy, he wrote more than seventy plays, of which seven have survived.

John Tipton lives in Chicago. He is the author of a book of poetry, SURFACES (2004), as well as translations of Sophocles' AJAX (2008) and Aeschylus's SEVEN AGAINST THEBES (2015), all published by Flood Editions. He is also the publisher of Verge Books.

Seven against Thebes
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Seven against Thebes

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Drama. Poetry. Translated from the Greek by John Tipton. SEVEN AGAINST THEBES concerns a battle between the sons of Oedipus for control of Thebes. As the play opens, the seven captains of Polynices stand ready to storm the seven gates of the city, w...

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