ἥτις, causal, because v. 346 describes the course which she is actually taking. The words “λέγεις μὲν..ἐκδείξειας ἄν” correspond with φρονοῦσα, as illustrating her prudence; while 349 f. explain the sense in which she forgets her father.— μῖσος: Electra puts bluntly what Chrysothemis veiled by the euphemism “οἰ̔̂ αὐτοῖς φρονῶ” (334).
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