It is common knowledge among those familiar with the rabbinic tradition that Haman was considered a descendant of the Amalekites.
Whether Goldberg knew about the rabbinic linkage of Haman to Amalek I do not know.
And they face the absolute villain, Haman, from the absolute villainous family, Amalek.
But consolation to Haman will be death and torment to Mordecai.
The advancement of Mordecai was the natural result of Haman's ruin.
Haman became incensed, and his rage burned with destructive violence.
But he heeded them as little as Haman heeds the "Purim" rattles.
The law shall take him, and I'll see him hanged as high as Haman.
Tell me,” she said, quietly—“tell me how you are able to save Haman?
And Haman told Zeresh, his wife, and all his friends everything that had happened to him.
(of Persian origin), magnificent, the name of the vizier (i.e., the prime minister) of the Persian king Ahasuerus (Esther 3:1, etc.). He is called an "Agagite," which seems to denote that he was descended from the royal family of the Amalekites, the bitterest enemies of the Jews, as Agag was one of the titles of the Amalekite kings. He or his parents were brought to Persia as captives taken in war. He was hanged on the gallows which he had erected for Mordecai the Jew (Esther 7:10). (See ESTHER.)