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Would “Clytemnestra” have been a more appropriate title than “Agamemnon” for the first play of the Oresteia?

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Hiya, I did this exact essay for a level and got an A, if you like I can PM you details of it xx
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oh my goodness that would be great!
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(Original post by Nooptheloop)
Hiya, I did this exact essay for a level and got an A, if you like I can PM you details of it xx
yes please!
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Good thread you have shared here... Agamemnon, there is a great possibility that the death of Agamemnon could have been prevented, had the Chorus simply listened to Cassandra’s prophecy. But the words spoken between the two parties seem to have loss it’s meaning when it fell upon the Chorus; yet, they were obviously hearing what she was saying. But while they were hearing what she had to say, they did not listen to her words. The last week i have just completed my essay on agamemnon. It was very nice experience to me. Anyway thank you for sharing a good thread here..
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Agamemnon is the first play of Aeschylus’ trilogy, the Oresteia. Aeschylus was the first of Athens’ three great tragedians; the others: Sophocles; Euripides. The Oresteia was also the first Greek tragedy trilogy written. As Greeks of this epoch focused on humanist ideas, so did Aeschylus. He devoted his genius to serious contemplations of humanistic questions, such as the nature of justice.
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