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|Series||Illinois studies in language and literature,, v. 35, no. 4, Illinois studies in language and literature ;, v. 35, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||PA6768 .R58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 122 p.|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||51012031|
Edwin W. Robbins, Dramatic Characterization in Printed Commentaries on Terence , Author: Jean Collart. ROBBINS, E. W., Dramatic Characterization in Printed Commentaries on Terence, Urbana, Univ. of Illinois Press. $ The Ruba'yat of Omar Khayyam, edited from a Newly Discovered Manuscript dated () in the possession of Chester Beatty, by A. J. Arberry. With Comparative English Versions by Edward Fitzgerald, E. H. Whinfield. Dramatic Characterization in Printed Commentaries on Terence , Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, 35, no. 4 (Urbana, , ), PP- 5. Ltda de Malkiel, Mar?a Rosa: Two Spanish masterpieces: The Book of Good Love and The Celestina. Lind, L. R.: The Vita Sancti Malchi of Reginald of Canterbury?critical edition. Edwin W.: Dramatic characterization in printed commentaries on Terence, Robins, Harry F.: If this be heresy. A study of Milton and Origen.
The chapter begins with a short overview of the history, structure, and themes of the commentary on Terence composed by the grammarian Aelius Donatus. The main discussion explores the audience and purposes of the commentary, showing that the scholia on delivery, language style, and stage movement reveal the multidimensional spectrum of readers’ interests, ranging from techniques of rhetoric Author: Chrysanthi Demetriou. In addition to his stage plays, Terrence McNally has written scripts and revised play scripts for screen, television, and radio. His teleplays include Botticelli (), The Five Forty-eight ( Robbins, Edwin W. Dramatic Characterization in Printed Commentaries on Terence, Urbana: Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, (). Urbana: Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, (). Terence's Eunuchus (The Eunuch) was his most successful play in his lifetime but has been surprisingly neglected by modern commentators. In this first ever full-scale commentary in English, Professor Barsby provides a thorough examination of the play in terms of its literary and dramatic qualities, its staging, and its relationship to the two plays of Menander's on which it is based.
PIERIDES IV, Series Editors: Sophia PapaioannouThis volume examines interpretation as the original process of critical reception vis-a-vis Terence’s experimental comedies. The book, which consists of two parts, looks at Terence as both an agent and a subject of interpretation. The First Part (‘Terence as Interpreter’) examines Terence as an interpreter of earlier literary traditions. Ursula Potter—‘Erasmus, Terence, and Censorship in the Tudor Classroom’ 15 for distinguishing character types in Terence. 66 Sixteenth-century schools on the other. The play The Winslow Boy by Terence Rattigan tells of a thirteen-year-old boy who has been expelled from school on the charge of stealing a Postal Order from another boy's locker. The Postal Order. Terence between Late Antiquity and the Age of Printing investigates the Medieval and Early Renaissance reception of Terence in highly innovative ways, combining the diverse but interrelated strands of textual criticism, illustrative tradition, and performance. The plays of Terence seem to have remained unperformed until the Renaissance, but they were a central text for educators in Western .