Lysistrata by Aristophanes Trans. by Douglass Parker, 1964
Lysistrata by Aristophanes is translated by Douglass Parker, 1964. This anti-war comedy, first performed in Athens in 411 BC, dramatized "a woman's strike for peace using the most powerful weapon in the feminine arsenal." It remains Aristophanes' most popular comedy.
A strike for peace using comic theater--Read Aristophanes' Lysistrata performed in 411BC.
Anti-war theater at its best! Excellent introduction! Helpful notes and glossary!
This New American Library paperback translation of the Greek classic is in excellent condition---no marks or tears, strong binding, eye-catching illustration on the cover, just a general browning of pages throughout.
The book measures 4 1/8 inches by 7 inches by 3/8 inch and has 128 pages. A fine pocket book!