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Agamemnon

Agamemnon

by Aeschylus

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Character Role Analysis

Chorus

The Chorus plays the role of, well, chorus. In this play, the Chorus is a group of old men; like all Greek choruses, they come on stage periodically to sing and dance. They fill in background information, comment on the action, and also take part in the action, such as when they try to pick a fight with Aegisthus at the end of the play.


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