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Review of Agamemnon and His Daughters. A play classified as a Greek Tragedy.
The first scene opened with Artemis. She explained who she was, and why she was looking for a sacrifice from Agamemnon. This set the ball rolling for the rest of the play. It was interesting how key female members of the tale, Helen, and Iphegenia, avoided certain death, which left them available to be tied in, with the rest of the plot. What seemed like a pretty stiff punishment to Agamemnon for shooting a deer and boasting about it was actually even harsher in reality. I was never really quite clear, as to if Artemis knew in advance what the outcome of the believed sacrifice would be. Th…
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