Terence: The Brothers
A. S. Gratwick
Introduction: I. Terence and Menander II. The Action of Terence's Brothers III. The Roman Context of Brothers IV. Character and Sterotype in Terence V. The Exposition in Terance and Menander VI. The Middle of the Play: Menander, acts II-IV VII. Micio, Demea, and the ends of the two plays VIII. Menander's Scenario Text and translation Commentary Appendix I-IV Index locorum Topical Index
This is a very important work. It must be noticed not simply as an edition for young students, but as a challenge to most peoples received notions about Terence: his text, his metre, and his ways of dealing with his material. Everybody interested at all in New Comedy should acquire a copy at once."
Size: 210 x 149 mm
Publication: January 1, 1987
Series: Aris & Phillips Classical Texts