- Greek Drama (Literature)
"When did the Greek chorus of feminist shame arrive?"
In ancient Greek theater, the chorus served as the conscience, narrator, and public opinion all in one. Anywhere from three to twelve people were the chorus, at times interacting with the main characters, and at other times, simply providing commentary on the action. Members of the chorus were nearly indistinguishable from one another, acting as a single entity rather than as individuals. Which actually describes most of the feminist protesters pretty accurately, come to think of it. But would you really expect Veronica's comparison to be anything less than dead-on?
- 3.04 "Charlie Don't Surf"