Banning Sappho S Poetry

Historytells us that Sappho’s works were burned en masse in the fourth centuryC.E. and later in the eleventh century C.E., eras in which her poems wereconsidered pornographic because they featured sexual relationships betweenwomen. Pick one character or author from the list below and write one paragraphtelling what that figure would say about burning/banning Sappho’s poetry.Remember, you are not giving your opinion. Rather, your job is to imagine theopinion of the author or fictional character:

  • Homer
  • Odysseus
  • Penelope
  • Confucius
  • Sophocles
  • Creon
  • Haemon
  • Ismene
  • Antigone

PartB: What doyou think? (Yes, now it is time to give your views!). In two paragraphs, arguethat one, several, or all of Sappho’s poems should or should not be banned. Besure to explain your position in detail.

Select poems by Sappho: “AnEpithalamium,” “He is more than a Hero,” “To Any Army Wife, in Sardis,” “NoWord,” “Before They were Mothers,” “Cleis,” “Maidens Dancing In Moonlight,”“Loneliness,” and “I Have No Complaint”.

need credible references, intext citations with page numbers, plagiarism free.

Place this order or similar order and get an amazing discount. USE Discount code “GET20” for 20% discount