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"she is herself, in relation to others. She seems hardly to exist as a person except as a combination of reactions to others' deeds and words. Her father's death, her mother's enmity, her sister's passiveness, her brother's delay, Aegisthus' tyranny - these are her life. She says again and again tha...
More fun to act than to read, I think, but obviously, many people feel otherwise.