One of these, a lock of hair, he brings with him, and suggests that, since it is like Electraa#39;s, it may be from the head of Orestes. ... Electra a595 553 a#39;ntro^uces tne Ad ld rnan to the strangers as one who formerly saved her brothera#39;s life. The old man ... Electra reproves the old man for suggesting that Orestes would have deigned, through fear of Aegisthus, to conceal his visit to the tomb (524 a 526). Thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sophocles The Plays and Fragments|
|Author||:||Sophocles, Richard Claverhouse Jebb, Sir|
|Publisher||:||CUP Archive - 1887|