Paolo Giuseppe Mazzarello
Love Becomes Electra -1- - Poem by Paolo Giuseppe Mazzarello
Here we talk about 'Mourning Becomes Electra' by Eugene O'Neill. Among various other murders, Lavinia instigates to commit the homicide of the lover of her mother Christine. Before Christine had killed her husband, Lavinia's father.
At the end of her play,
The stiff Lavinia comes home and locks.
Two shapely women were in terrible way:
Before Christine, then Lavinia felt the same shock.
A sadic husband and father didn't love them:
So the first commited suicide, the second some homicides.
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