Sexual Politics in Ancient Greece

Literature / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
Explores the politics of sexuality in three ancient Greek works: the “Iliad”, “Antigone”, and “Lysistrata”.

This paper addresses the politics of sexuality and gender in three specific works from ancient Greece. These works are dramas, and are the ?Iliad?, ?Antigone?, and ?Lysistrata?.
“The roles of men and women in Greek society are of particular interest, and demonstrate that a type of “fued” seemed to exist between the genders in ancient Greece. ”


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