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Agamemnon is a first of its kind
play in The Oresteia. Aeschylus’ play embodies a specific theme throughout, a
theme of revenge and reprisals. The play happens in Atreus’ House and includes
the relatives, the family of Atreus and the father of Agamemnon. Reprisal is the
foundation of The Oresteia, and it becomes the major theme in the Agamemnon play.

The story continues in the form of Clytemnestra’s fierce reprisal on her better
half Agamemnon and the change which comes about because of that demonstration, is
the focal concentration of that story. However, the militaries, gods and the
mortals in the play also employ their own themes of retaliation. The story begins
with the fall of Troy and Agamemnon who are back at home after spending ten
years in war. And the war from he is coming back from, was in itself a
demonstration of retaliation, in that Agamemnon and also his sibling named
Menelaus elevated a colossal armada to assault Troy, the prince of Trojan Paris
who took Menelaus’ spouse named Helen. The nationals of Argos commend
Agamemnon’s homecoming, after the victory of the Greek at Troy. But the
celebration of victory does not keep going for a long time.

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            In
a short span of time after the arrival of Agamemnon, who is killed by
Clytemnestra, the spouse of Clytemnestra; this act is done due to revenge. At
first glance, Clytemnestra kills Agamemnon to retaliate for the passing of her
daughter Iphigenia, whom was relinquished by Agamemnon earlier in the war of
Trojan to mollify the Artemis who is a goddess, who had prevented the Agamemnon’s
armada from being able to satisfy Troy. Artemis, actually requested that sort
of praise from Agamemnon specifically to take revenge.  The spouse, Clytemnestra is also worried due
to the reason that Agamemnon has taken Cassandra who is a duchess and god
Apollo’s prophet, from Troy to be his courtesan. Executing the Agamemnon (her
second-half) is in this way, is an example of retribution for Agamemnon’s
disloyalty, in spite of Clytemnestra’s personal betrayal that is with
Aegisthus. At the end, Agamemnon’s demise fills in by way of multi-generational
retaliation for his cousin Aegisthus. He is not only against Agamemnon but also
his whole family. In the previous times, the father of Agamemnon named Atreus
had executed the siblings of Aegisthus and after that he cooked them like a
meal, that he at that point served to the father of Aegisthus named Thyestes.

And with the Agamemnon’s passing along these lines finishes that specific cycle
of retaliation as well.