In this section we'll publish articles about modern greek autors

John Stuard Blackie: 1880 LAYS AND LEGENDS

No character of primeval Greek tradition has been a greater favourite with modern poets than the hero of the well-known play of Aeschylus. The common conception of him, however, made fashionable by Shelley and Byron, as the representative of freedom in contest with despotism, is quite modern; and Goethe is nearer the depth of the old myth, when, in  his beautiful lyric, he represents the Titan.

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