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Aristophanes, Lysistrata, edited by Jeffrey Henderson, The Focus Classical Library, 1992.

Arkins, Brian, "Sexuality in Fifth-Century Athens," in Classics Ireland, University College, 1994.

Barnes, Clive, compilation of reviews of the 1930 production of Lysistrata, in New York Times Directory of the Theatre, Arno Press, 1973.

Coleman, Robert, review of Lysistrata, in Daily Mirror, November 25, 1959.

McCain, John, review of Lysistrata, in Journal American, November, 15, 1959.

Motto, Anna Lydia, and John R. Clark, "Lysistrata: Overview," in Reference Guide to World Literature, 2nd ed., edited by Lesley Henderson, St. James Press, 1995.

Tyrrell, William Blake, and Larry J. Bennett, "Pericles' Muting of Women's Voices in Thuc. 2.45.2," paper delivered at the Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, 1999.

Woolf, Virginia, "A Room of One's Own: Shakespeare's Sister," in The Lexington Reader, D.C. Heath & Co., 1987, pp. 50-60, originally published in 1929.

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