Considered the greatest surviving work by the "father of tragedy" is the classic tale of King Agamemnon as he returns from Troy victorious in battle but with a wife whose reaction to her son's sacrifice has led her to harbor a burning and hidden resentment toward him. Translation by E. D. A. Morshead.
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- Jon Pederson
A brief tale, well told
The characters were human, and the emotions authentic. Faithful in words, not heavy on acting.