Aristophanes Plays 2

Aristophanes Plays  2

in the same series Aeschylus Plays: One Persians, Seven Against Thebes, Suppliants, Prometheus Bound Aeschylus Plays:Two Oresteia: Agamemnon, LibationBearers, Eumenides Aristophanes Plays:One Acharnians, Knights, Peace, ...

Author: Aristophanes,

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781472503961

Category: Drama

Page: 224

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Reissue of Aristophanes' most famous plays in the Methuen Classical Greek Dramatists series Aristophanes is the oldest comedic writer in Western literature. Although only eleven of the some forty plays he wrote survive, his unique blend of slapstick, fantasy, bawy and political satire provide us with a vivid picture of the ancient Athenians - their social mores, their beliefs and their exuberant sense of occasion. Wasps is a lawcourt satire, Clouds a lighthearted look at education, Birds a search for the perfect society, Festival Time a feminist trial of Euripides and Frogs a celebration of and debate around the theatre.Aristophanes was a unique writer for the comic stage as well as one of the most revealing about the society for which he wrote.
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A Concordance to the Poems and Plays of Robert Browning

A Concordance to the Poems and Plays of Robert Browning

Aristophanes 959 2 : 212 Aristophanes 1005 2 : 213 Aristophanes 1031 2 : 213 Aristophanes 1056 2 : 215 Aristophanes 1101 2 ... that her sleep True love works never for the loved one so , And so best gift with Crown and grace with Robe !



ISBN: STANFORD:36105019481592


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Vinaver Plays 2

Vinaver Plays  2

For Pardessus bord (Overboard), I borrowed from Dumézil the sequence of events in the war between the Aesir and the Vanir in Norse mythology, and from Aristophanes the obligatory structure of all his comedies – transgression, combat, ...

Author: Michel Vinaver

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781408148839

Category: Drama

Page: 368

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The second collection of plays by one of France's most prominent playwrights High Places: "A drama which, from second to second, maintains the spectator in suspense, and which, by the same stroke, achieves the dimension of pure, great metaphysical theatre." (Le Monde); The Neighbours " bizarre contemporary vaudeville, biting, disturbing, very subtle and wildly funny" (Le Figaro); Portrait of a Woman: "An intriguing challenging piece." (Financial Times); The Television Programme: "The piece is beautifully plotted and written from the heart." (Independent on Sunday) The translators are Gideon Y. Schein (High Places); Paul Antal (The Neighbours); Donald Watson (Portrait of a Woman); David and Hannah Bradby (The Television Programme)
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Catalogue of the Dayton Public Library

Catalogue of the Dayton Public Library

Prometheus . Eschylus .... 123 Prophet . Taylor , B .... 97 - Mostellaria . Plautus , M. A. [ Comedies , v . 2 . ] . ... Aristophanes . [ Works , v . 2. ] . Ponulus . Plautus , M. A. [ Comedies , v . 2. ] .. Poetaster , The .

Author: Dayton Public Library and Museum


ISBN: NYPL:33433069125668

Category: Library catalogs

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The Oxford Guide to Literature in English Translation

The Oxford Guide to Literature in English Translation

Henry Fielding and William Young , London , 1742 The Comedies of Aristophanes , tr . ... John Hookham Frere , Malta , 1839 [ with other 19 - th c . versions in Aristophanes : The Plays , 2 vols . , London , 1909 ; Everyman , frequently ...

Author: Peter France

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 0199247846

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 692

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Translation has been a crucial process in world culture over the past two millennia and more. In the English-speaking cultures many of the most important texts are translations, from Homer to Beckett, the Bible to Freud. Although recent years have seen a boom in translation studies, there hasbeen no comprehensive yet convenient guide to this essential element of literature in English.Written by eminent scholars from many countries, the Oxford Guide to Literature in English Translation meets this need and will be essential reading for all students of English and comparative literature. It highlights the place of translation in our culture, encouraging awareness of the issuesraised, making the translator more 'visible'. Concentrating on major writers and works, it covers translations out of many languages, from Greek to Korean, from Swahili to Russian. For some works (e.g. Virgil's Aeneid) which have been much translated, the discussion is historical and critical,showing how translation has evolved over the centuries and bringing out the differences between versions. Elsewhere, with less familiar literatures, the Guide examines the extent to which translation has done justice to the range of work available.The Guide is divided into two parts. Part I contains substantial essays on theoretical questions, a pioneering outline of the history of translation into English, and discussions of the problems raised by specific types of text (e.g. poetry, oral literature). The second, much longer, part consistsof entries grouped by language of origin; some are devoted to individual texts (e.g. the Thousand and One Nights) or writers (e.g. Ibsen, Proust), but the majority offer a critical overview of a genre (e.g. Chinese poetry, Spanish Golden Age drama) or of a national literature (e.g. Hungarian,Scottish Gaelic). There is a selective bibliography for each entry and an index of authors and translators.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Aristophanes Thesmophoriazusae

Aristophanes Thesmophoriazusae

INTRODUCTION I. ARISTOPHANES AND HIS PLAY “ Je passe actuellement toutes mes matinées avec Aristophane . ... 1-2 Eupolis atque Cratinus Aristophanesque poetae , atque alii , quorum comoedia prisca virorum est ( = Ar . test . 62 ) .

Author: Colin Austin

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191514739

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 474

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Thesmophoriazusae was performed in Athens in 411 BCE, most likely at the City Dionysia, and is among the most brilliant of Aristophanes' eleven surviving comedies. It is the story of the crucial moment in a quarrel between the tragic playwright Euripides and Athens' women, who accuse him of slandering them in his plays and are holding a meeting at one of their secret festivals to set a penalty for his crimes. Thesmophoriazusae is a brilliantly inventive comedy, full of wild slapstick humour and devastating literary parody, and is a basic source for questions of gender and sexuality in late 5th-century Athens and for the popular reception of Euripidean tragedy. Austin and Olson offer a text based on a fresh examination of the papyri and manuscripts, and a detailed commentary covering a wide range of literary, historical, and philological issues. The introduction includes sections on the date and historical setting of the play; the Thesmophoria festival; Aristophanes' handling of Euripidean tragedy; staging; Thesmophoriazusae II; and the history of modern critical work on the text. All Greek in the introduction and commentary not cited for technical reasons is translated.
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A Study Guide for Aristophanes s Lysistrata

A Study Guide for Aristophanes s  Lysistrata

The Penn Greek Drama Series, Aristophanes, 2: Wasps, Lysistrata, Frogs, The Sexual Congress,(1999) provides a scholarly translation of four of Aristophanes' plays. William Shakespeare's, The Taming of the Shrew(1592), offers a romantic ...

Author: Gale, Cengage Learning

Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781410351746

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 21

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A Study Guide for Aristophanes's "Lysistrata," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Drama For Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Drama For Students for all of your research needs.
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Philosophy as Drama

Philosophy as Drama

15 Aristophanes, Thesmophoriazusai, in Aristophanes: The Eleven Comedies, anonymous translator, volume II (New York: Tudor Publishing Company, no date), 273–336. In the play, Euripides, fearing that he is about to be punished by the ...

Author: Hallvard Fossheim

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350082502

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 264

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Plato's philosophical dialogues can be seen as his creation of a new genre. Plato borrows from, as well as rejects, earlier and contemporary authors, and he is constantly in conversation with established genres, such as tragedy, comedy, lyric poetry, and rhetoric in a variety of ways. This intertextuality reinforces the relevance of material from other types of literary works, as well as a general knowledge of classical culture in Plato's time, and the political and moral environment that Plato addressed, when reading his dramatic dialogues. The authors of Philosophy as Drama show that any interpretation of these works must include the literary and narrative dimensions of each text, as much as serious the attention given to the progression of the argument in each piece. Each dialogue is read on its own merit, and critical comparisons of several dialogues explore the differences and likenesses between them on a dramatic as well as on a logical level. This collection of essays moves debates in Plato scholarship forward when it comes to understanding both particular aspects of Plato's dialogues and the approach itself. Containing 11 chapters of close readings of individual dialogues, with 2 chapters discussing specific themes running through them, such as music and sensuousness, pleasure, perception, and images, this book displays the range and diversity within Plato's corpus.
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Electra and the Empty Urn

Electra and the Empty Urn

Aristophanes. 3 vols. Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1924. — Aristophanes: Plays. 2 vols. Translated by K. McLeish. Introduced by J. M. Walton. London: Methuen, 1993. — Aristophanes and Menander: New ...

Author: Mark Ringer

Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press

ISBN: 9780807864135

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 272

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Metatheater, or "theater within theater," is a critical approach often used in studies of Shakespearian or modern drama. Breaking new ground in the study of ancient Greek tragedy, Mark Ringer applies the concept of metatheatricality to the work of Sophocles. His innovative analysis sheds light on Sophocles' technical ingenuity and reveals previously unrecognized facets of fifth-century performative irony. Ringer analyzes the layers of theatrical self-awareness in all seven Sophoclean tragedies, giving special attention to Electra, the playwright's most metatheatrical work. He focuses on plays within plays, characters who appear to be in rivalry with their playwright in "scripting" their dramas, and the various roles that characters assume in their attempts to deceive other characters or even themselves. Ringer also examines instances of literal role playing, exploring the implications of the Greek convention of sharing multiple roles among only three actors. Sophocles has long been praised as one of the masters of dramatic irony. Awareness of Sophoclean metatheater, Ringer shows, deepens our appreciation of that irony and reveals the playwright's keen awareness of his art. Originally published in 1998. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
Categories: Literary Criticism