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Author: Sophocles.
Title: Electra of Sophocles: presented to Her Highnesse the Lady Elizabeth; with an epilogue, shewing the parallell in two poems, the return, and the restauration. By C.W.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Electra of Sophocles: presented to Her Highnesse the Lady Elizabeth; with an epilogue, shewing the parallell in two poems, the return, and the restauration. By C.W.
Sophocles., Wase, Christopher, 1625?-1690.

At the Hague: for Sam Brown, MDCXLIX. [1649]
Alternate titles: Electra. English
Subject terms:
Greek drama
Sophocles
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93563.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE MOST HIGH AND MOST VERTUOUS PRINCESSE THE LADY ELIZABETH.
encomia
TO THE MOST EXCELLENT PRIN∣CESSE THE LADY ELIZABETH, On my Friends Dedication of ELECTRA.
To my learned Friend on his apt choice and seasonable translation of ELECTRA in SOPHOCLES.
To his learned Friend on his ingeni∣ous choice and translation of Sophocle's Electra, Representing Allegorically these Times.
To my most intimate C. F. C. W. On his ELECTRA, Translated out of the Greek, and laid at the feet of her Highnesse the Lady ELIZABETH.
The Persons of the Enterlude.
The Signification of the References.
A short extract of the History about the destruction of TROY.
The Historicall and Morall Plot of the Tragedy.
ELECTRA OF SOPHOCLES.
THE EPILOGUE: Shewing the Parallell in two Poems, THE RETƲRN, and THE REST AƲRATION, Addressed to her Highnesse, the Lady ELIZABETH. MDCXLIX.
THE RETƲRN. To Her Highnesse, the Ladie ELIZABETH.
poem
THE REST AƲRATION. To Her said Highnesse,
Courteous Reader, These Books following are printed for Humphrey Moseley, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Prince's Armes in St. Paul's Church-yard.
Various Histories, with curious Discourses in Humane Learning, &c.
Severall Sermons, with other excellent Tracts in Divinity, written by some most eminent and learned Bishops, and Orthodox Divines.
Choice Poems, with excellent Translations, and incomparable Comedies and Tragedies, written by severall ingenious Authors.
Books newly printed this present year for Humphrey Moseley.
Books printed this Tearm for Humphrey Moseley.
These Books I have now in the Presse, ready to come forth.
These Bookes I doe purpose to Print very Speedily.