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"Your essay makes good use of gender as a lens to understand the play's genre and themes. The overall organization and structure are logical and build the discussion in a way that the reader easily follows, and specific examples from the text ground the analysis and develop ethos.
My main note is regarding awkward diction choices that impact clarity and some informal word choices (e.g., "kids"). I recommend proofreading to catch those moments, as well as for minor typos that can have larger impacts, such as a missing quotation mark on page 4 or a possibly missing word from "his torn corpse dispersed and head in her bloodied hands" (page 6). I also want to check in on a phrase in your second sentence, which reads "such as the irrational and rational side" (emphasis mine) in describing Dionysus--is this correct?"
Kibin. (2023). The power of dionysus over mortal fear and desire in the bacchae by euripides. http://www.kibin.com/essay-examples/the-power-of-dionysus-over-mortal-fear-and-desire-in-the-bacchae-by-euripides-NLmdERxe
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("The Power of Dionysus over Mortal Fear and Desire in The Bacchae by Euripides.")
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