Essay of Comparison - Lysistrata and Dorine from Aristophane and Moliere. What these women have in common.
Essay of Comparison
Aristophanes and Moliere's comedies depict women who can be described as straightforward, bold-spirited, witty, and loyal. In Tartuffe and Lysistrata, the characters Dorine and Lysistrata display well-developed, independent and intelligent characters. Lysistrata is the hero of her country, as she becomes a revolutionist. Dorine is a wise servant who sees through all pretenses and while being the inferior in terms of social position, she is the superior in any contest of wits.
These two comedies use very smart women who overcome boundaries, which are set by man, to achie…
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