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Prefaces to Terence"s Comedies and Plautus"s Comedies (Publication / Augustan Reprint Society, No. 129)
June 1997 by Ams Pr Inc .
Written in English
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Full text of "The poetical register: or, The lives and characters of all the English an account of their writings" See other formats. f CLASSICAL COMEDY Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Erich Segal Includes Aristophanes The Birds, Menanders The Girl from Samos, Plautuss The Brothers Menaechmus, and Terences The Eunuch; prefaces to each comedy, a chronological table, further reading.
ELECTRA and Other Plays. Penguin Classics pp. $ The book was dedicated to Pope Pius II, but only because Leonello had died in 7 Decembrio, op. cit., I, p.
6; and Gardner, op. cit., p. Ferrara in the s. To the new intellectual climate there were other important contributors, among whom we should 5/5(4). Appendix 1 provides a comparison of Richard Steeles The Conscious Lovers (a play I mention in the main part of the thesis) and its source, Terences Andria.
Terence was another Roman mid-republican playwright: Dixons comments about a lack of sentimentality in the comedies of that era pertain as much to him as to Plautus.
35 comedies follow a certain rule, or pattern yet they constantly call the viewers attention to this very fact, thereby overtly, or even demonstratively displaying their artificiality (their mechanical, machine-like nature as opposed to the whimsical patterns of Nature).
They move the characters and create the events indifferently, and this. tion of Terences six Latin Comedies, with particular reference to the twelfth-century deluxe illustrated witness now in the Bodleian Library, MS Auct.
13 (which has the siglum O in critical editions and literature).1 It is one of about a dozen surviving illustrated witnesses copied before ; the earliest of these manuscripts (C and P.