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A Comédia Antiga e a vida das mulheres
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Comédia nova
Antiguidade
Mulheres
Violência sexual
Violencia sexual

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JAMES, Sharon L. A Comédia Antiga e a vida das mulheres: encontrando a história social e vendo o presente na Comédia Clássica. Phaos: Revista de Estudos Clássicos, Campinas, SP, v. 19, p. e019009, 2020. Disponível em: https://econtents.bc.unicamp.br/inpec/index.php/phaos/article/view/13540. Acesso em: 13 jun. 2024.

Resumo

A Comédia Antiga grega e a Comédia Nova romana mostram muito das vidas de mulheres de todas as classes sociais. Essas peças regularmente manifestam uma preocupação social generalizada com a segurança de garotas cidadãs, e mostram o quão amadas essas garotas são pelas suas famílias. Elas mostram a crueldade casual com a qual mulheres escravas são tratadas,
e também mostram a forma como essas mulheres resistem a abusos e se apoiam mutuamente. Elas mostram mulheres de todas as classes socialmente integradas em suas comunidades. Elas também mostram abusos sexuais e estupros, além de uma atitude masculina de apropriação em relação às mulheres que remete ao Canto 1 da Ilíada, e que existe até hoje: o status de um homem entre os homens é comprovado por meio da posse de uma mulher, e seu direito de possuí-la é exercido com violência. A Comédia Nova mostra mulheres comuns gerenciando suas vidas o melhor que podem. Os estudantes modernos encontram muita coisa que lhes é familiar nessas peças, particularmente em relação à representação da violência sexual.

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