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The Frogs, and Other Plays. Translated with an Introd. by David Barrett Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Explain the role of the jury in ancient Athens. In what way is it different or similar to modern juries?

Why does the father behave badly at the party? Why does he oppose alcohol?

What are the crimes that the women level against Euripides? Are they justified?

Contrast Agathon and Euripides in The Poet and the Women.

Compare and contrast the portrayal of Aeschylus and Euripides in Frogs.

Why does Dionysus decide to bring back Aeschylus Is it the right reason?

Is the portrayal of Dionysus in Frogs pious or impious from the point of view of the average Athenian.

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