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ἄνδρες. The burning anger of Teucer is marked in his first words by the fact that he addresses them to the Chorus: as Oedipus does after the speech of Polyneices ( O. C. 1348), and Clytaemnestra after that of Electra ( El. 612).

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    • Sophocles, Electra, 612
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