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The British painter Francis Bacon gained notoriety in 1944 by his triptych of the Orestes as a nihilist depiction of the human condition. ==Notes== ==References== Aeschylus, "Oresteia".
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The Kindly Ones (original French title Les Bienveillantes), a 2006 Holocaust novel by Johnathan Littell, draws not only its title, but also many of its themes and its structure from Aeschylus's Oresteia trilogy.
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