Lysistrata and Its All About Sex

Read the chapters “It’s All About Sex…” and “Except Sex” in Fosters book. How is this true of Lysistrata? Choose one moment from the play which seems to fit into the way Foster describes sex or the lack thereof in these two chapters. What is implied in this moment? Does it have more meaning than just sex? Why and how?

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Lysistrata and Its All About Sex

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