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Unformatted text preview: just best lines for any reason? 3. In the Phaeton story, does the therapist seem to be speaking more to us (the audience) than Phaeton? Is this a parody or mockery of therapists, or is there some important point the author might be making in these highly technical passages? 4. Throughout the play there are deliberate anachronisms. Is this funny or annoying to you? Does it help make the myths relevant to our times? Be specific. In class, we will be reading a few scenes, so focus on these: The Creation, Midas, Phaeton, Orpheus and Eurydice...
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