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This is a paper on the two works of sramatic literature, Much Ado about Nothing and Lysistrata
Much Ado about Nothing and Lysistrata both depict societies of the past that were quite different than our own society. Still, these works remain popular today and are widely read and performed. The reason for this is that even in their age, the stories bear similarities to the present time. In Much Ado about Nothing, the relationships between characters are very comparable to relationships between people today. In Lysistrata, certain characters act like some people do today, as well.
In Much Ado about Nothing, the reader can see that the relationships between characters are much like…
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- This is a paper on the two works of sramatic literature, Much Ado about Nothing and Lysistrata
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