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Sappho is a tragedy by Austrian playwright Franz Grillparzer. The plot is based on a tradition that Sappho , a poet of ancient Greece , threw herself from the high Lesbian cliffs into the sea when she found that her love for the youth Phaon was unrequited, and that he preferred her maid, named Melitta in the play, to her. Following the success of his first great tragedy of fate, Die Ahnfrau The Ancestress , which was written in 16 days, Franz Grillparzer wrote this second poetic drama, Sappho , also composed at white heat, and resembling Die Ahnfrau in the general character of its poetry although differing from it in form and spirit. In its conception, Sappho is half way between a tragedy of fate and a more modern tragedy of character; in its form, too, it is half way between the classical and the modern.
Sappho: Tragedy in Five Acts