Maradi Travel on Farnell both knew and cared more about Zeus-cults than Aeschylus did. . . . Dr. Farnell’s criticism is specialist criticism, and I suggest that the major difficulties that make his paradox are directly attributable to this fact. It may be objected that we have here not two ways of looking at Greek religion, but one article on Greek religion and another which maintains that religion should not come into the argument at all, since the work under discussion is a purely literary and dramatic one and religious considerations are irrelevant to its appreciation. Maradi Travel 2016.