Acharnians Part_2

Acharnians Part_2 - Prologos (1-203) Parodos (204-236)...

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Unformatted text preview: Prologos (1-203) Parodos (204-236) Episode 1 (237-488) Agon (489-571) Episode 2 (572-625) Parabasis stepping forward of chorus (626-718) The poet (628-658) What claim does Aristophanes make for himself? What proof of his claim comes from which world leader? Old men (676-718) What complaint is made? Can you connect this complaint to anything in the play so far? Prologos (1-203), Parodos (204-236), Episode 1 (237-488), Agon (489-571), Episode 2 (572-625), Parabasis (626-718) The parabasis is followed by a series of episodes that play out the consequences of the big idea. Episode 3 (719-835) Dicaeopolis and the Megarian + an Informer What types of humor are in this scene? Prologos (1-203) Parodos (204-236), Episode 1 (237-488) Agon (489-571), Episode 2 (572-625) Parabasis (626-718), Episode 3 (719-835) Ode song of the chorus (836-859) Celebrates Dicaeopolis Notice the naming of names and the abuse. Do you remember the description of the phallic procession in the introductory lesson?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course CLST 3040 taught by Professor Major during the Fall '09 term at LSU.

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Acharnians Part_2 - Prologos (1-203) Parodos (204-236)...

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