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Euripides, Electra (ed. E. P. Coleridge), line 167 (search)
The Chorus of Argive Country-Women enter. Chorus O Electra, daughter of Agamemnon, I have come to your rustic courtyard. A milk-drinker from Mycenae has come, he has come, a mountain walker; he reports that the Argives are proclaiming a sacrifice for the third day from now, and that all maidens are to go to Hera's temple. Electra My unhappy heart beats fast, friends, but not at adornment or gold; nor will I set up choruses with the maidens of Argos and beat my foot in the mazes of the dance. By tears I pass the night; tears are my unhappy care day by day. See if my filthy hair, and the rags of my dress, will be fit for a princess, a daughter of Agamemnon, or for Troy, once taken, which remembers my father.
Euripides, Electra (ed. E. P. Coleridge), line 671 (search)
Orestes O Zeus, god of my fathers, be also the vanquisher of my enemies— Electra And have pity on us; for we have suffered pitiably— Old man Yes, indeed, have pity on your own descendants. Electra And Hera, you who rule Mycenae's altars— Orestes Give us victory, if we are asking for what is right. Old man Yes, indeed, give them the right of vengeance for their father. Orestes You too, father, living below the earth through an unholy deed— Electra And Lady Earth, to whom I give my hands— Old man Defend, defend these, your dearest children. Orestes Now come and bring with you all the dead as allies. Electra Those who destroyed the Trojans in war with you— Old man And all who hate the unholy and polluted. Electra Do you hear me, you who suffered dreadful things from my mother? Old man Your father hears everything, I know; but it is time to be on our way. Electra And I tell you therefore that Aegisthus is to die; if you fall dead in the struggle, I am also dead, do