| Quote #4
Is Electra right? Is Chrysothemis abetting her father's murderers by not standing up to them? Or do you believe that Chrysothemis's decision to play along with the royal couple is justified?
| Quote #5
Clytemnestra muddies the moral waters with this extra piece of info.
| Quote #6
Motive seems to matter as much or more than action in Electra. Think about the fact that Electra doesn't actually do anything – it is Orestes who commits the double murder. And yet, she is considered to be the play's protagonist.