*Aeschylus. (1998). Oresteia. (P. Meineck, Trans.). Hackett Publishing. [ISBN: 978-0872203907]

I provided 3 different example papers that I found online for reference.
For this paper, you must use Aeschylus’s Oresteia or Aristophanes’s Lysistrata plus one other text from the course and discuss the ways these texts reinforce or challenge ancient Greek attitudes, ideologies, taboos, morals, etc.
Texts Options Indlude:
*Aeschylus. (1998). Oresteia. (P. Meineck, Trans.). Hackett Publishing. [ISBN: 978-0872203907]
Aristophanes. (2003). Lysistrata and other plays. (A. H. Sommerstein, Trans.). Penguin. [ISBN: 978-0140448146]
Euripides. (2000). Medea. (J. Harrison, Trans.). Cambridge University Press. [ISBN: 978-0521644792]
*Homer. (1994). The essential Homer: Selections from the Iliad and the Odyssey. (S. Lombardo, Trans.). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. [ISBN: 978-0872205406]
Plato. (2001). Symposium. (S. Benardete, Trans.). University of Chicago Press. [ISBN: 978-0226042756]
Sophocles. (1999). Aias (Ajax). P. Burian & A. Shapiro. (Eds.). (H. Golder & R. Pevear, Trans.). Oxford University Press. [ISBN: 978-0195128192]
Sophocles. (2009). Antigone, Oedipus the king, Electra. E. Hall (Ed.). (H. D. F. Kitto, Trans.). New York: Oxford University Press. [ISBN: 978-0199537174]
Your final draft must have the following characteristics:
3-4 pages, double-spaced
12 pt. Times New Roman font
1” margins
Underlined or italicized title

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