The Frogs

what is the irony in the frogs?

I have a homework for the frogs ı have to write essay about frogs.

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Most of the irony seems to be Unintentional in nature.

- Aristophanes satirizes the sophists (represented by Euripides) for cleverly manipulating language to gain the advantage in an argument. In the contest, however, (between Aeschylus and Euripides, Aeschylus—whom Aristophanes extols as the supreme dramatist—uses clever wordplay again and again to attack Euripides.