Keith Maclennan and Walter Stockert
Keith Maclennan was Head of Classics at Rugby School, England, from 1964 to 2000
Walter Stockert was Privatdozent at the University of Vienna from 1992 to 2010, and occupied the Latin chair at the University of Heidelberg for one term (1998–1999)
Contents Preface Introduction Plautus within his Context The Transmission of the Aulularia The Action of the Aulularia The Lost Ending The Greek Aulularia. The Characters of the Aulularia Stage Business The Date of the Aulularia. The Reception of the Aulularia 3. Text and Translation 4. The Commentary 1. The Argumenta 2. The Prologue 3. The Scenes Euclio-Staphyla (I 1-2) 4. Eunomia-Megadorus (II 1) 5. Euclio-Megadorus; Staphyla (II 2. 3) 6. The Cook-Scenes (II 4-7) 7. Euclio and the Cooks (II 8-III 4) 8. Megadorus-Euclio (III 5-6) 9. Euclio and the Slave (IV 1-6) 10. Lyconides-Eunomia (IV 7) 11. The Treasure gets lost (IV 8-9) 12. Lyconides-Euclio (IV 10) 13. The Exodos (V 1; Fragments) 5. Prosody and Metrics Glossary Prosodics and Metrics Conspectus metrorum 6. Bibliography 7. Index General Index Word-Index
It is a welcome aid
to the study of a play which has some brilliant comic scenes and a problematic
central character inviting discussion, has a rich afterlife in European
literature, and poses tantalising questions over its lost ending.
J.C.B. Lowe, Bryn Mawr Classical Review
This is a welcome book, the first commentary in English for just over a century.
Colin Leach Classics for All
Size: 210 x 147 mm
Publication: October 24, 2016
Series: Aris & Phillips Classical Texts