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σὺ πρόσκεισαι κακῷ: cp. 240 n.: “κακῷ”, instead of acc. “κακόν”, the antecedent drawn into the relative clause (cp. Tr. 1060 f.).—Chrysothemis means that Electra “εὖ λέγει”, as upholding a right principle, but “ἐξαμαρτάνει”, in proposing a desperate scheme.

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