THE GRECIAN DAUGHTER

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The Grecian Daughter: A Tragedy is a play written by Arthur Murphy and first performed in 1772. The play is set in ancient Greece and tells the story of Euphrasia, the daughter of the Greek governor Evander. Euphrasia falls in love with Philotas, a Roman soldier who is in Greece to negotiate a peace treaty.…

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The Grecian Daughter: A Tragedy is a play written by Arthur Murphy and first performed in 1772. The play is set in ancient Greece and tells the story of Euphrasia, the daughter of the Greek governor Evander. Euphrasia falls in love with Philotas, a Roman soldier who is in Greece to negotiate a peace treaty. However, their love is threatened by the ongoing conflict between Greece and Rome, as well as the disapproval of Euphrasia’s father.The play explores themes of love, loyalty, and sacrifice as Euphrasia must choose between her love for Philotas and her duty to her father and her country.

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