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Menander

저자: Menander, of Athens.; W Geoffrey Arnott
출판사: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press ; London : W. Heinemann, 1979-2000.
시리즈: Loeb classical library, 132, 459, 460.
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MENANDER (?344/3-292/1 B.C.) of Athens was the leading playright of the 'New Comedy', a type of drama which has influenced the modern 'Comedy of Manners' and (indirectly at least writers as disparate as Oscar Wilde and P.G. Wodehouse. Menander wrote more than 100 plays, but did not become a star until after his death. Many of his comedies were adapted by Roman dramatists. By the middle ages, however, his works were
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Menander, of Athens.
Menander.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press ; London : W. Heinemann, 1979-2000
(OCoLC)557947884
Online version:
Menander, of Athens.
Menander.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press ; London : W. Heinemann, 1979-2000
(OCoLC)606316124
명시된 사람: Menander, of Athens; Menander, of Athens.
문서 형식:
모든 저자 / 참여자: Menander, of Athens.; W Geoffrey Arnott
ISBN: 0674991478 9780674991477 0674995066 9780674995062 0674995848 9780674995840
OCLC 번호: 7737981
언어 메모: English and Greek parallel text; commentary in English.
설명: 3 volumes ; 17 cm.
내용: 1. Aspis to Epitrepontes --
v. 2. [Heros to Perinthia] --
v. 3. [Samia to Phasma].
일련 제목: Loeb classical library, 132, 459, 460.
다른 제목 Plays.
책임: edited with an English translation by W.G. Arnott.

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