By Michael Fontaine
The Oxford instruction manual of Greek and Roman Comedy marks the 1st finished introduction
to and reference paintings for the unified research of historic comedy. From the delivery of comedy
in Greece to its lead to Rome, from the Hellenistic diffusion of performances after the demise of Menander
to its creative, scholarly, and literary receptions within the later Roman Empire,
no subject is neglected.
41 essays unfold throughout Greek Comedy, Roman Comedy, and the transmission and reception
of old comedy via a global workforce of specialists supply state-of-the-art guides
through the monstrous terrain of the sector.
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