Here you have a list of topics for your papers: one on “Lysistrata,” and one Lucian’s Satires.
For the final paper you are required to do some outside research: Wikipedia, answers.com, Cliff Notes, or other similar sources do not qualify as outside sources.
You may, however, search for secondary material either by going to the \ ; you may also consult websites that end with, “.edu.” If you need to define a literary term, please use: Dictionaries of Literary Terms, or Encyclopedias of Literary Themes and Motifs, Dictionaries of Symbolism, and other reputable dictionaries or encyclopedias. \
Internet dictionaries are usually very superficial and do not qualify for a college paper.
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Please remember, quotations are very important in a paper: including and discussing specific quotations from the primary text(s) helps you support your views.
Also, make sure to refer to specific characters in the texts of your discussion.
Finally, please remember this is a Comparative Literature course; that means you should attempt to compare characters & themes, at least in two different tales, or dialogues, (of the same text).
All papers in MLA style.
FIRST PAPER: Lysistrata– SELECT ONE
1) Lysistrata is a successful political negotiator. How so? Discuss. Make sure to include at least three quotations/examples from the dialogues.
2) According to critics, “Lysistrata” is a comical parody of women.” How is this so? Discuss. Make sure to include at least three quotations/examples from the dialogues.
3) How do male and female characters compare and contrast in Aristophanes’ “Lysistrata”? Analyze only one male and one female of your choice. Discuss. Make sure to include at least three quotations/examples from the dialogues.