Sexual Politics in Ancient Greece Essay by Saint

Sexual Politics in Ancient Greece
Explores the politics of sexuality in three ancient Greek works: the "Iliad", "Antigone", and "Lysistrata".
# 711 | 2,891 words | 3 sources | 2000 | US
Published on Mar 15, 2001 in Drama and Theater (World) , Literature (Greek and Roman) , Women Studies (General)

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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?.

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"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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