theme of hereditary guilt

Analyse the theme of hereditary guilt in the play Agamemnon

Justify Agamemnon as a tragedy of Sin, Punishment and Redemption.

Answer: Every sin is punished but in the punishment innocents are hurt. “While Zeus abides enthroned… the wrongdoer suffers,” but often so does the wrongdoer’s children or wife or concubine. This “curse of the gods” is not unique to Aeschyls plays; it is the condition of our fallen world. Protestants in Northern Ireland cannot identify …

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Analyse the theme of hereditary guilt in the play Agamemnon

Analyse the theme of hereditary guilt in the play Agamemnon.

Answer: The Agamemnon, Choephori, and Eumenides were the last tragedies composed by Aeschylus, and were produced in 458 [B.C.], two years before his death, along with the satiric drama Proteus. The tetra-logy as a whole was called the Oresteia, a name which, whether due to Aeschylus or not, appears to have been in use at …

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Agamemnon

Important Question and Answer of Agamemnon by Aeschylus.

Q. Discuss the character of Clytemnestra in the play Agamemnon. Answer: Agamemnon is the first play in a trilogy of tragedies by Aeschylus entitled the Oresteia. Even though Agamemnon gets a shout-out in the play’s title, Clytemnestra may well be its most interesting character. By interesting, we don’t mean likable – after all, technically speaking, she …

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