Birds ; Lysistrata ; Women at the ThesmophoriaBook - 2000
Aristophanes (c. 450 c. 386 BCE) has been admired since antiquity for his wit, fantasy, language, and satire. The protagonists of Birds create a utopian counter-Athens. In Lysistrata wives go on conjugal strike until their husbands end war. Women in Women at the Thesmophoria punish Euripides for portraying them as wicked.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2000
Branch Call Number: 882.01 Arist 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 618 p