Bacchae: The Pie-Eyed Piper

Bacchae The Pie Eyed Piper This play is based on Euripides Bacchae and Robert Burns Tam O Shanter The Bacchae was performed posthumously in BCE Tam O Shanter was first published in Self educated in the classics Burns

  • Title: Bacchae: The Pie-Eyed Piper
  • Author: Alyson Dunlop Robert Burns Euripides
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This play is based on Euripides Bacchae and Robert Burns Tam O Shanter The Bacchae was performed posthumously in 405 BCE Tam O Shanter was first published in 1791 Self educated in the classics, Burns poem bears a striking resemblance to the Euripidean tale Bacchae The Pie Eyed Piper was first performed at The Pleasance Theatre in Edinburgh for the Scottish PThis play is based on Euripides Bacchae and Robert Burns Tam O Shanter The Bacchae was performed posthumously in 405 BCE Tam O Shanter was first published in 1791 Self educated in the classics, Burns poem bears a striking resemblance to the Euripidean tale Bacchae The Pie Eyed Piper was first performed at The Pleasance Theatre in Edinburgh for the Scottish Pagan Federation Conference on 9th June 2007.

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