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Intertextualität in der griechisch-römischen Komödie

  • Editors
  • Niall W. Slater
  • Bernhard Zimmermann
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vii
  2. From Ancient Performance to New Historicism

    1. Niall W. Slater
      Pages 1-13
  3. Comic Openings

    1. W. Geoffrey Arnott
      Pages 14-32
  4. Getting It

    1. Nancy Felson-Rubin
      Pages 33-38
  5. Comedy’s Criticism of Music

    1. Bernhard Zimmermann
      Pages 39-50
  6. A Response to B. Zimmermann

    1. Richard Patterson
      Pages 51-54
  7. Staging Entrapment: On the Boundaries of the Law in Plautus’ Persa

  8. A Response to A. Scafuro

    1. Cynthia Patterson
      Pages 78-80
  9. Translating Aristophanes for Performance

    1. Jeffrey Henderson
      Pages 81-91
  10. The Obscure, the Obscene, and the Pointed: Staging Problems in Aristophanes Or The Quest for the Naiv Dildo

  11. La poésie populaire grecque et les Guêpes d’Aristophane1

  12. The Rapist’s Disguise in Menander’s Eunuchus

    1. John Whitehorne
      Pages 122-132
  13. Menander in Rom - Beobachtungen zu Caecilius Statius Plocium fr. 1

  14. Problems of Adaptation in the Eunuchus of Terence

  15. The Seven Gates of Aeschylus

    1. David Wiles
      Pages 180-194
  16. The Function and Aesthetics of Greek Tragic Mask

    1. Stephen Halliwell
      Pages 195-211
  17. Tripping the Light Fantastic: Treading the Gender Boundaries in Aristophanes’ Ecclesiazusae

  18. Cacoyannis vs. Euripides: From Tragedy to Melodrama

    1. Marianne McDonald, K. MacKinnon
      Pages 222-234
  19. Buchbesprechungen

  20. Back Matter
    Pages 256-261

About this book

Keywords

Griechisch griechisch-römisch Intertextualität Komödie Textualität

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