“The Oresteia is a trilogy of Greek tragedies” is a book written by Aeschylus which definitely highlights the end of the bother on the House of Atreus. The book consists of three plays; Agamemnon, the Libation Bearers and the Avenging Furies OR Kindly Spirit. The apparent melodramatic ending of Aeschylus' Oresteia is not as melodramatic as it seems. An example is illustrated by Agamemnon who enters into a chariot which certainly illustrates that not everyone in Argos is definitely well disposed to the king.
The story of “ORESTEIA” causes a melodramatic ending in the end but on the inner view of it, it is not a dramatic as to that aspect. This is because it focuses on the ancient story of a revolution in the literary ancient myth-family tragedy. The issue of a blood guilt house of Atreus definitely highlights the conflict that brings out the various antagonizing forces over the kingship.
This point of a melodramatic ending which actually is not the case as per seen is illustrated by the view that two sons of Pelops, Atreus and Thyestes, are in wrangles over the kingship of Mycenae. Atreus becomes the king and literally banishes his brother from coming near the affairs of the kinghood. These unfortunate and inhumane conditions highly reach the pinnacle of the affairs when the king calls his brother for a banquet under which Thyestes is served the bodies of his two murdered sons as meat. After the banquet Thyestes is shown the heads of his two sons in a dish which illustrates the aspect loath over him. This leads him to vomit and curse the seeds of his brother who are Agamemnon and Menelaus.
In conclusion the piece of art is illustrated in the view that shows a melodramatic ending though in the other view it is not. This is because it goes against the humane conditions and their respective rights.