Agamemnon Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of Agamemnon Vs. The Clouds.
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Agamemnon Vs. The Clouds

Summary: This is a compare contrast paper between the tragedy of Agamemnon and the comedy of The Clouds.
Despite their different genre, Agamemnon and The Clouds present contrasting images on the place of individuals in their families. While the tone of Agamemnon creates a more serious picture than the comical atmosphere of The Clouds, the relationships are based on the same precepts and share several aspects. Images of the gods, their prophetic messages, and their execution of justice massively influence the images of relationships while love and memory more directly affect the actions of individuals.

Similarities in the presentations of the relationships are easily noticed. Both families express love for their constituents in varying forms. Strepsiades, though angry at his current predicament, spoiled his son, giving Pheideppides' horse addiction financial priority. "Yes, you and your [Pheideppides'] damned horses! Gigs, rigs, nags, ponytails ....Hell, horses everywhere! Horses in your dreams! But me? I'm bankrupt, broke, ruined, waiting for the end of the month when all...

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