Humanities
Salt Lake Community College Lysistrata by Aristophanes Analysis Essay

Salt Lake Community College

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The Peloponnesian Wars

, Thucydides

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Lysistrata,

Aristophanes

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The Aeneid,

Virgil

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A History of the English Church and People,

Bede

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The Life of Charlemagne,

Einhard

6. An

Arabic Account of the First Crusade

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The Decameron,

Boccaccio


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Running Head: DOCUMENT ANALYSIS ESSAY
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Document Analysis Essay
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DOCUMENT ANALYSIS ESSAY
Document analysis essay
Different communities revolve around various cultural teachings and practices that help
to govern the approaches that they follow towards the improvement of cultural relationships.
Western civilization refers to the different European cultures that share similar ancestral beliefs,
concepts towards culture as well as the philosophical background. The different viewpoints that
each cultural practice had played an essential role in the overall development of other
communities (Spielvogel, 2020). although several factors could have promoted towards western
civilization some cultural practices and the introduction of religious teachings that had a
connection with the traditions of the communities in this region are some of the factors that
promoted the western civilization. To gain a deeper understanding of the communities practices
and their influences, this paper will analyze the Lysistrata by Aristophanes.
Lysistrata by Aristophanes is a book that was written concerning the Peloponnesian war
that had taken over ancient Greece and involved two major cities. Athens and Sparta are the
major powerful city-states within Greece that engaged in this war (Stark, 2018). The completion
of this war resulted in the power shift to Sparta from the then powerful city of Athens. To assist
in ending this war, women who were seen as less influential were needed to force men into
coming into a peace agreement to end the war. According to Lysistrata, there were common and
critical things about the women that they needed to consider in the attempt to ensure the
continuity of this community and in ending the current problems that were faced by this society.
However, according to the author, the unique things that revolved women in this community
were less put into consideration by both men and women. In one of the instances, the author
argues that men considered the women within Ancient Greece considered women as rascals, and
this made it hard for the community in question to attain the needed stability.

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DOCUMENT ANALYSIS ESSAY
Peace and unity are the primary concerns, as shown in the work of art as presented by
Aristophanes. The main objective discussed regarding women was to ensure that they create a
community that embraced peace and developed means that w...

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