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Sophocles , the son of Sophilus, was a wealthy member of the rural deme (small community) of Hippeios Colonus in Attica, which was …

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Rich holdings of Byron papers are housed in the archives of John Murray, London, Byron's publisher; in the Roe-Byron Collection at Newstead Abbey, the poet's ancestral home outside Nottingham; and in the Library of the University of Texas. Other major institutions with notable Byron collections include Yale, Harvard, the Morgan Library, the Carl H. Pforzheimer Library, the New York Public Library, the University of Pennsylvania, the Henry E. Huntington Library, and the Keats-Shelley Memorial House, Rome. Especially useful is the section devoted to Byron in The Index of English Literary Manuscripts, volume 4: 1800-1900, part 1, A-G, compiled by Barbara Rosenbaum and Pamela White (Bronx, .: Mansell, 1982).

Only two of the seven surviving plays [20] can be dated securely: Philoctetes (409 BC) and Oedipus at Colonus (401 BC, staged after Sophocles' death by his grandson). Of the others, Electra shows stylistic similarities to these two plays, which suggests that it was probably written in the latter part of his career. Ajax , Antigone and The Trachiniae are generally thought to be among his early works, again based on stylistic elements, with Oedipus Rex coming in Sophocles' middle period. Most of Sophocles' plays show an undercurrent of early fatalism and the beginnings of Socratic logic as a mainstay for the long tradition of Greek tragedy. [21] [22]

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