Write a character analysis on Lysistrata. The play comes from Aristophanes, Birds & Other Plays, Oxford University Press, USA (January 15, 2009).

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Women have long been a source of inspiration in literature. Their bodies were attributed with symbolic meanings especially during war times. Good women in the role or mothers, wives, sisters, and daughters have always symbolized virtuous devotion. Women were also key figures in preserving nations and protecting cultural identities and they needed to be protected against enemies by men (Wiederhold & Field-Springer, 2015). One such woman is Aristophane’s Lysistrata. She plotted women around her to deny intimate relationships to all men in order to help in ending the Peloponnesian war. This paper will analyze the character of Lysistrata....

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