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Title: Lysistrata

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Subject: History
Author: Andy B
Date: October 20, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 4 / 1011
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Here, Lampito points out the "bottomless fund o' money": the politicians/commissioners that controlled the Acropolis used the money that was for the state on funding the war against Sparta. The politicians would use any amount of money needed to fund the war; as long as they had a link and place in the Acropolis; then the Athenians would have no fear of losing the war...

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"We're going to occupy the Acropolis": again, absurd. This is extremely humorous as women had no place in politics. Aristophanes uses the character of Lysistrata to lead to way in accomplishing peace [in reality this would/could not happen]. The humour is drawn from the political side of the play: the Acropolis [the second home for the politicians] is where the major decisions are made [naturally, at this point in time by the men], and women were expected to follow what decisions were made...

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