Literary Analysis Essay
...Aristophanes, portray similar circumstances. Both of these plays depict the life in ancient Greece, and among other themes, talk about the neglect and subjugation of females by their male counterparts, and their ingenious and aggressive defiance. Whether, it is Jason leaving Medea for another woman, or Lysistrata, being isolated because of the war, men expect women to quietly accept their fate... and Time In today’s western culture, it is unthinkable to picture a society where women are considered commodities, traded for their wealth, and limited only to the sexual and household duties. However, Medea and Lysistrata, where former is a ‘tragedy’ written by Euripides, and the latter is an ‘old comedy’ by...