An Examination of Clytaemnestra as a Tragic Victim of the Oresteia.
Clytaemnestra, although villified in the Oresteia, was in fact a moral extractor of vendetta justice who fell victim to the patriarchal Athenian society. What constitutes justice is a question that could not be given justice in one brief paper; therefore, for purposes of this paper we will use only two ideas of justice: vendetta justice and legal justice. Vendetta justice defies boundaries limiting actions and allows the extractor to make their own definition. This would encompass such theory as "An eye for an eye adn a tooth for a tooth." Meanwhile, legal justice is regulated by a governi…
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