The Acharnians [and] the Clouds [and] Lysistrata - Study Guide The Clouds, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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(p. 94 - 105) The Chorus assures Strepsiades that his studies, although possibly disturbing, will result in good fortune. The Chorus Leader then speaks at length, apparently in the voice of the playwright, about all the work that goes into a play, how carefully crafted his play is, and how ultimately respectful he is of the authority figures (including Cleon) that he has satirized. The full Chorus then invites the powerful gods to celebrate and dance with them, while the Chorus Leader reminds the audience of all the good they (the Clouds) do (see "Quotes," p. 97), and instructs the audience on the good THEY can do (include persecute Cleon).

Socrates bursts out of his house, complaining about how stupid Strepsiades is. He calls for Strepsiades to come out and to bring his bed with him. As Strepsiades comes, complaining about how many bugs there are...

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