Sophiste et Tyran ou le Problème du Prométhée enchaîné.
Klincksieck, Paris, 1985. 389p. Paperback. Front cover a little bit creased. Small personal library mark, name as well as author’s dedication (glued on free end paper). Collection: Études et Commentaires, 95. 'The final section of the book, dealing with Zeus and the question of power, is the most satisfactory. S. shows in detail how the play presents not only an unusually complex Prometheus but also an unexpectedly simple Zeus, and she gives a thorough account of his tyrannical features and of the responses of the other characters to him. (…) This is, for the most part, a thorough and thoughtful book (…)' (MICHAEL LLOYD in the Classical Review (New Series), 1988, p.9). From the library of the late Sir Kenneth James Dover.