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In Aristophanes there is usually a central figure who constructs his (or her) own society in the teeth of strong opposition, driving off one after another all the people who come to prevent or exploit him, and eventually achieving a heroic triumph, complete with mistresses, in which he is sometimes assigned the honors of a reborn god. Several questions are raised in this context: Can this theory provide theoretical explanation of the forces that caused demographic changes, especially as they related to fertility?

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