I have the second edition, which has a revised edition (made in 1990) of Prometheus Bound.
Aeschylus' tragedies apart from Oresteia. Good translation, useful introduction, but I would like some "further reading" which is sadly lacking in this series.
Benardete's translation is, as always, uncompromising to an awesome degree, but any reader prepared to dive deep can profit a lot from his work; and David Grene's handling of Seven against Thebes and Prometheus Bound conveys quite lively the solemnity of Aeschylus; I'm not sure about accuracy, but from some other 2nd-handed quotes I guess he's just good as well.
I'm planning to buy the rest of the Greek tragedies in this series, first for the price, and second for the plain English that could be more of an aid in reading the original....Continua