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The Acharnians is told in the third-person limited perspective. The narrative follows the main character of Dikaiopolis.
The Acharnians is written in the present tense.
The title of The Acharnians comes from the name of the antagonist in Aristophanes's narrative play. The Acharnians are the people of Athens who strongly oppose any peace treaty with Sparta, and peace is what the protagonist desires.
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