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The Character of Clytemnestra
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A 5 page analysis of the character of Clytemnestra in the play 'Agamemnon' (458 B.C.) by the Greek playwright Aeschylus. The writer argues that it would have been easy for Aeschylus to portray Clytemnestra as a completely unsympathetic character. Instead, he forces the audience to see Clytemnestra's point of view. Nevertheless, by making Clytemnestra¹s most defining characteristic her duplicity, Aeschylus obviously intends for the audience to see her as conniving and driven by her love of power. No additional sources cited.
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