Orestes (play)  

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I can never have my fill of killing whores phrase:

"Orestes: In the meanwhile I will kill your daughter. Menelaos: The mother-killer strikes again! Orestes: His father's avenger and betrayed by you. Menelaos: Wasn't her death enough? Orestes: I can never have my fill of killing whores. [1586-1590]8 The origins of cruelty are not mysterious; the mother-whore makes her son a savage: Menelaos: And those who love their mothers? Orestes: Were born lucky. -^ Menelaos: That leaves you out. Orestes: Yes. I loathe whores [1606-1607] The ." --Orestes (play) cited in The Lust to Annihilate: A Psychoanalytic Study of Violence in, Eli Sagan, 1979


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Orestes (Template:Lang-grc, Orestēs) (408 BCE) is an Ancient Greek play by Euripides that follows the events of Orestes after he had murdered his mother.




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