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Prometheus Unbound: A Lyrical Drama In Four Acts - Dramatis Personae Post by :haynesnpa Category :Plays Author :Percy Bysshe Shelley Date :May 2012 Read :2147

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PROMETHEUS.
DEMOGORGON.
JUPITER.
THE EARTH.
OCEAN.
APOLLO.
MERCURY.
OCEANIDES: ASIA, PANTHEA, IONE.
HERCULES.
THE PHANTASM OF JUPITER.
THE SPIRIT OF THE EARTH.
THE SPIRIT OF THE MOON.
SPIRITS OF THE HOURS.
SPIRITS. ECHOES. FAUNS. FURIES.
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