THIRTEENTH SITUATION 47
little modified since the day when Aeschylus led forth, from the tomb to which tradition had consigned her, his majestic Jocaste. The roles of two parents at enmity could well be revived also. And I find no one but Beaumont and Fletcher who has drawn vigorously the instigators of such impious struggles; characters whose infamy is sufficient to be well worthy of attention, nevertheless.
With the enmities of kinsmen are naturally connected the enmities which spring up between friends. This nuance will be found in the following situation.