Terence: Adelphoe

Terence: Adelphoe

By (author) Terence , Edited by R. H. Martin , Series edited by P. E. Easterling , Series edited by Philip Hardie , Series edited by Richard Hunter , Series edited by E. J. Kenney


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The Adelphoe (The Brothers) of Terence is a Latin adaptation of a comedy of the same name by the Greek comic playwright Menander. The theme of the play is the perennially interesting question of the relationship between the generations and the proper way to bring up a son. In the introduction Mr Martin considers Terence in the context of Roman comedy generally and discusses the background of the Adelphoe. There is also a section on metre and scansion and a short analysis of the textual tradition. The full and detailed commentary, besides elucidating the text, seeks at all times to help the reader to understand the work as a play to be enjoyed. The edition is intended for use by students at school and university and for anyone wishing to read and appreciate the play in the original.

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  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 122 x 202 x 22mm | 358.34g
  • 28 Aug 2004
  • Cambridge
  • English, Latin
  • index, bibliography
  • 0521290015
  • 9780521290012
  • 818,690

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