Lysistrata

Aristophanes

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Lysistrata; a different perspective.

by Favour99, November 22, 2015

The characters of the book - Lysistrata, can also be seen as an allegorical work; each character being stereotypical.
Lysistrata - The force that always wants to maintain peace between all sides because she believes we all need each other in the end.
Kinesias - The one who easily surrenders to temptation.
The choruses - Indication that every man is still a child at heart (Refer to the seizure of the Akropolis by the women and the plan to regain it by the men), childish huh?
Myrrhine - That one person that always want

Lysistrata; a different perspective.

by Favour99, November 22, 2015

The characters of the book - Lysistrata, can also be seen as an allegorical work; each character being stereotypical.
Lysistrata - The force that always wants to maintain peace between all sides because she believes we all need each other in the end.
Kinesias - The one who easily surrenders to temptation.
The choruses - Indication that every man is still a child at heart (Refer to the seizure of the Akropolis by the women and the plan to regain it by the men), childish huh?
Myrrhine - That one person that always want