Euphiletuses fear of disgrace and why

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  • Created on: 16-05-12 16:13

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. He got lysias a speech writer and well known for capturing the individuality of the speeker to write it, its designed to arouse sympathy for him

. He acts ignorant to his wifes unfaithfullness even though there where  signs and at least 4 people knew before him.

*creaking doors in the night

*done her face up with cosmetics

. Trying to justify what he did by saying it was for the good of the communitie and if they let him free it will show the 'villians' that they will be less likley to commit crime

. Portrays it wife as corrupted ' I came to trust her' handing all his possesions to her and commenting on her as a 'good housewife'

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