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Yes, at first I thought the "becomes" in the title was the definition you just posted.
But now I think the "becomes" means (based on your information about the play) must mean to move from one state to another. Mourning = Electra.
Who knows? Mebbe O'Neill wanted us to think of the "becomes" in several ways... I haven't read the play so I'm really being ridiculous hypothesizing here.
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