Lysistrata what roles in the play does she have, and how she is an atypical woman in Ancient Greece
Lysistrata takes on many roles throughout the play named after her. These roles include: leader, problem solver, and spokesperson for the women. She is an atypical female; in Ancient Greece because she goes out and does things that most women would not even think about doing. Lysistrata is a strong woman who should not be challenged. It is unusual for a woman who has the self-confidence to think she can stop a war that has been going on for sometime. Her idea of having all the women withdraw from sex unless the men agreed to stop fighting shows Lysistrata determination to make peace and mo…
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