(Ecclesiastes 4: 1–2)
"Greek drama is being performed on both the commercial and amateur stages of Britain, as of the world, with greater frequency than at any point since classical antiquity. At times during the 1990s more plays by Euripides or Sophocles were available to the London theatre-goer than works by any other author, including Shakespeare."
(Joy Katz, 'Left Behind", November 2013)
Here is an example given by GA of how dead people perhaps speak.
(मृत) युरिडिसी म्हणाली ऑर्फियसला:
"… तू चुकलास. माहीत असणे निराळे आणि स्वतः हाडामांसात मृत्यू भोगणे निराळे. तू तो भोगला नाहीस; मी तो भोगला आहे …"
(Eurydice to Orpheus:
"...You are wrong. Knowing is one thing and experiencing the death in one's own flesh and bones another. You did not experience it; I have experienced it...")