Due for Class
Watch for Class
Nope, not a mistake. :) This one happens to be relevant twice in a row.
Agenda for Class
Slides will be added before the start of class.
Q & A: Questions from last class? Add your comments below!
- What is funny (or supposed to be funny) in this play? Why are those elements funny?
- Summarize the characteristics of the various women (each is a bit different, yes?). Based on your findings, how does Aristophanes portray women in this text?
- What does this text imply about men’s sexuality or masculinity in general?
- What are the political elements of this text? How is Aristophanes addressing the ongoing Peloponnesian War in this text?
Content: Ancient Greece
Thumbnail Image: Lancer Darius Palace, See page for author [Public domain] (Wikimedia)