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The use of enim in Plautus and Terence. by Willard Kimball Clement

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Published by The Lord Baltimore Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Plautus, Titus Maccius -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • Terence -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • Latin drama (Comedy) -- History and criticism.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsPA6606 .C5
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6957108M
LC Control Number05020655
OCLC/WorldCa18465924

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Plautus, (born c. bce, Sarsina, Umbria?[Italy]—died bce), great Roman comic dramatist, whose works, loosely adapted from Greek plays, established a truly Roman drama in the Latin language.. Life. Little is known for certain about the life and personality of Plautus, who ranks with Terence as one of the two great Roman comic dramatists. His work, moreover, presents scholars with a. This is a book worthy of high praise All versions are exceedingly witty and versatile, in verse that ripples from one's lips, pulling all the punches of Plautus, the knockabout king of farce, and proving that the more polished Terence can be just as funny/5. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http. This is a book worthy of high praise All versions are exceedingly witty and versatile, in verse that ripples from one's lips, pulling all the punches of Plautus, the knockabout king of farce, and proving that the more polished Terence can be just as funny. Accuracy to the original has been thoroughly respected, but look at the humour in rendering Diphilius' play called Synapothnescontes.

Comoedia atellana. The fabula atellana was developed by the Oscans in Campania and taken over by the Latins at an early stage (Livy and Val. Max. ). This form of comedy was particularly popular during the first century BC and took its literary form in the works of Pomponius Bononiensis – of his comedies seventy titles and almost two hundred lines have survived – and Novius.   Classical Comedy (Penguin Classics) - Kindle edition by Aristophanes, Menander, Plautus, Terence, Segal, Erich. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Classical Comedy (Penguin Classics).Reviews: 3. Plautus and Terence: Five Comedies: Miles Gloriosus, Menaechmi, Bacchides, Hecyra and Adelphoe (Hackett Classics series) by Deena Berg. This is a book worthy of high praise All versions are exceedingly witty and versatile, in verse that ripples from one’s lips, pulling all the punches of Plautus, the knockabout king of farce, and. Looking for books by Plautus? See all books authored by Plautus, including Four Comedies: The Braggart Soldier, The Brothers Menaechmus, The Haunted House, The Pot of Gold (Oxford World's Classics), and Five Comedies: Miles Gloriosus, Menaechmi, Bacchides, Hecyra and Adelphoe (Hackett Publishing Co.), and more on

  In this volume, the plays of Menander, Plautus, and Terence are presented, with explanatory notes and interpretive commentary. This copy is an reprint of the edition. Plautus and Terence William Lucas Collins The author of the paper "Protagonists and Antagonists in Double Bind by Plautus and Terence and Henry V by Shakespeare" tries to identify the protagonists and antagonists in the beforementioned works and briefly describes how and why he/she attempts to complete the main action.   This book documents the origins of modern comedy by examining the evolution of "New Comedy," the Greek genre of which the works of Menander are the only surviving example. It looks at the quiet domestic dramas of Menander, the farces of Plautus, and the comedies of cturer: Oxford University Press. This is a book worthy of high praise All versions are exceedingly witty and versatile, in verse that ripples from one's lips, pulling all the punches of Plautus, the knockabout king of farce, and proving that the more polished Terence can be just as funny.