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In Mourning Becomes Electra you write: "Oedipus was the Theban king who unwittingly killed his father and MURDERED his mother." [Emphasis mine].
It should read: "Oedipus...MARRIED his mother!"
(Oedipus' mother Jocasta did commit suicide after learning her lover was her son. Oedipus however did NOT "murder" her.)
In the first paragraph, it's ORIN not Peter who is writing a manuscript.
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