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Translated and introduced by Douglass Parker.
Posted January 30, 2012
Free is pretty worthless if you can't read bad OCR text and/or French. This was useless to me. If you ask me, Google needs to get some better text recognition software--I doubt even a native French speaker could make much sense of this mess.
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Posted September 14, 2011
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Posted December 18, 2013
This play is absolutely fantastic! It uses comedy ingeniously to get across an important point. I was busting out the entire time i was reading it. Origionally it was for a class but i bought it as soon as i got home! Definitely a great peice of classic literature that everyone should readWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 11, 2013
Dean Goranites of the BookReviewersClub reviewed the book "Lysistrata."
This book tells the story of a woman named Lysistrata during the Peloponnesian War. Because she was tired of waiting for her husband to return from war along with all the other women in her village, and because she was getting too old to have children, Lysistrata came up with an idea to end the war. She brought all the women together and held a conference. At the conference, the women decided that in order to stop the war, they would withhold sex from their men. So, they locked themselves up in the Acropolis and told their men that they would get nothing until the war was over. Because of that, the book was great fun.
There seems to be a lot of debate on whether this is a feminist book or not. Still, Dean highly recommends reading it. To quote, "It's amazing."
All in all, he gave this book 5 stars.
Posted January 17, 2011
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