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The Bacchae

The Bacchae

  

by Euripides

The Bacchae: Symbols True or False

1. Euripides constantly summons the image of the -> Fawn
2. What were one of main pieces of attire for your average Bacchant? -> Fawn skins
3. The Herdsman laments that his what were "dragged to the ground like carcasses"? -> Tigers
4. What image symbolizes union between man and nature? -> Boys and bulls
5. Wild landscapes are contrasted with -> Walled city

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