A play with revolutionary ideology, where the writer treats the subject of the position of woman in the severe patriarchic, Pontus society. The writer, using the rules of ethnography makes a bold social critique of the time and at the same time comments the structure of ethnography as a theatrical form. The personality of woman, her social placing, and her emancipation is a hot theme for the world literature at the time (1908), although the play of Fotiadis, with its proposal for the free will and the equality for women through the mouth of the little Anthi who is getting married against her will, obtains a revolutionary importance for the special space in which is addressing. The woman in the Pontus family and society in general has a peculiar position, as the religion, traditions and the social surrounding dictate. The element that the theatre from Pontus points out is that the woman demanded and obtained her rights through an everyday struggle, as she could find ways to wrestle for them.