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Bibliography

Primary Sources

Plautus, The Pot of Gold and Other Plays (Penguin)

Plautus, The Rope and Other Plays (Penguin)

Terence, The Comedies (Penguin)

Further Reading:

Books

Anderson W.S., Barbarian Play: Plautus' Roman Comedy, Toronto 1993.

Arnott W.G, Menander, Plautus, Terence, Greece & Rome New Surveys in the Classics, Oxford 1975.

Barsby J., Plautus, Bacchides, Warminster 1986.

Beacham R.C., The Roman Theatre and its Audience, Cambridge MA 1992.

Beare W., The Roman Stage, London 1964.

Bieber M., The History of the Greek and Roman Theater, Princeton 1961.

Brothers A.J. Terence, The Self-Tormentor, Warminster 1988.

Brothers A.J., Terence, Eunuch, Warminster 2000.

Dorey T.A. & Dudley D.E. (edds.), Roman Drama, London 1965.

Duckworth G.E., The Nature of Roman Comedy, Princeton 1952.

Garton C., Personal Aspects of the Roman Theatre, Toronto 1972.

Goldberg S.M., Understanding Terence, Princeton 1986.

Gratwick A.S., Terence, The Brothers, Warminster 1999.

Gruen E.S., ‘Plautus and the Public Stage’ in Studies in Greek Culture and Roman Policy, Leiden 1990; cf. Segal E., Oxford Readings in Menander, Plautus, and Terence, Oxford 2001 pp.83-94.

Hunter R.L., The New Comedy of Greece and Rome, Cambridge 1977.

Ireland S., Terence, The Mother-in-Law, Warminster 1987.

Konstan D., Roman Comedy, Cornell 1983.

Leigh M., Comedy and the Rise of Rome, Oxford 2004

McCarthy K., Slaves, Masters and the Art of Authority in Plautine Comedy, Princeton 2000

Moore T.J., The Theater of Plautus, Texas 1998.

Norwood G., The Art of Terence, Oxford 1923.

Rosivach V., When a Young Man Falls in Love, London 1998.

Sandbach F.H., The Comic Theatre of Greece and Rome, London 1977.

Segal E., Roman Laughter, Harvard 1968.

Segal E., Oxford Readings in Menander, Plautus, and Terence, Oxford 2001.

Slater N.W., Plautus in Performance: The Theatre of the Mind, Princeton 1985.

Wright J., Dancing in Chains. The Stylistic Unity of the Comoedia Palliata, Rome 1974.

 

Journal Articles

(* indicates that the article is in SRC)

Amerasingh C.W.. The Part of the Slave in Terence's Drama, Greece & Rome 1950.

*Arnott W. G., A Note on the Parallels between Menander's Dyskolos and Plautus' Aulularia, Phoenix 18, 1964.

*Barnes H.E., The Case of Sosia Versus Sosia, Classical Journal 53, 1957-8.

Beare W., Terence an Original Dramatist in Rome, Hermathena 1948.

Beare W., The Secret of Terence, Hermathena 1940.

Beare W., The Life of Terence, Hermathena 1942.

Beare W., Contamination in Plautus and Terence, Revue de Philologie 1940.

Beare W., The Italian Origins of Latin Drama, Hermathena 29, 1939.

Brotherton B., The Plot of the Miles Gloriosus, American Philological Association 1924.

*Clifford, H. R., Dramatic Technique and the Originality of Terence, Classical Journal 1030-1.

*Coulter C.C., The Composition of the Rudens of Plautus, Classical Philology 8, 1913.

*Duckworth G.E., The Structure of the Miles Gloriosus, Classical Philology 30, 1935.

Dupont F., ‘The Theatrical Significance of Duplication in Plautus’ Amphityro’, in Segal E., Oxford Readings in Menander, Plautus, and Terence, Oxford 2001, pp.176-88.

*Enk P.J., Terence as an Adapter of Greek Comedies, Mnemosyne 1947.

Fantham E., Heatontimoroumenos and Adelphoe: A Study of Fatherhood in Terence and Menander, Latomus 1971.

*Flickinger R.C. On the Originality of Terence, Philological Quarterly 7, 1928.

*Flickinger R.C., Terence and Menander, Classical Journal 1930-1.

*Flickinger R.C. Terence and Menander Once More, Classical Journal 28, 1932-2.

*Flickinger R.C., A Study of Terence's Prologues, Philological Quarterly 6, 1927.

Forehand W.F., Irony in Plautus' Amphitryo, American Journal of Philology 1971.

Frank T., Terence's Contribution to Plot Construction, American Journal of Philology 49, 1928.

*Frank T., On Suetonius' Life of Terence, American Journal of Philology 1933.

*Gilula D. Where did the Audience Go?, Scripta Classica Israelica 1978.

Gilula D., Terence's Hecyra: A Delicate Balcance of Suspense and Dramatic Irony, Scripta Classica Israelica 1979-80; cf. Segal E., Oxford Readings in Menander, Plautus, and Terence, Oxford 2001, pp. 224-9.

*Gilula D., The concept of the Bona Meretrix: A Study of Terence's Courtesans, Rivista di Filologia e di Istruzione Classica 1980.

*Gilula D., Who's Afraid of Rope-Walkers and Gladiators, Athenaeum 1981.

*Greenberg. N., Success and Failure in the Adelphoe, Classical World 73, 1979-80.

*Handley E., Plautus and His Public, Dionyso 1975.

Haywood R.M., On the Unity of the Miles Gloriosus, American Journal of Philology 1944.

Henderson M.M., Structural Anomaly in Plautus' Rudens, Akroterion 1977.

Henderson M.M., The Comedy of Plautus, Akroterion 1975.

*Henry G.K.G., The Characters of Terence, Studies in Philology, N. Carolina 12, 1915.

*Hough J.N., Continuity of Time in Plautus, Classical Philology 31, 1936.

*Hough J.N., The Development of Plautus' Art, Classical Philology 30, 1935.

Hough J.N., The Structure of the Captivi, American Journal of Philology, 1942.

Hough J.N., Link Monologues and Plautine Chronolgy, American Philological Association 1939.

*Hunter R.L., The Aulularia of Plautus and its Greek Original, Proc. of the Camb. Philol. Soc. 1981.

Johnson W.R., Micio and the Perils of Perfection, Calif. Studies in Classical Antiquity 1968.

*Juniper W.H., Character Portrayal in Plautus, Classical Journal 31, 1935-6.

Konstan D., The Social Theme in Plautus' Aulularia, Arethusa 1977.

*Knapp C., The Roman Theater, Art and Archaeology 1, 1915.

Leach E. W. The Soldier and Society. Plautus' Miles Gloriosus as Popular Drama, Rivista di Studi Classici 1979.

Leach E.W., Ergasilus and the Ironies of the Captivi, Classica et Mediaevalia 1969.

*Lowe J.C.B., Terentian Originality in the Phormio and Hecyra, Hermes 1983.

Lowe J.C.B., Terentian Treatment of Inorganic Roles in Roman Comedy, Classical Philology 26, 1931.

*Ludwig W., The Originality of Terence and his Greek Models, Greek Roman & Byzantine Studies 9, 1968; cf. Segal E., Oxford Readings in Menander, Plautus, and Terence, Oxford 2001, pp.205-15.

Prescott H.W., Criteria of Originality in Plautus, American Philological Association 1932.

*Prescott H.W., The Amphitryo of Plautus, Classical Philology 8, 1913.

*Prescott H.W., The Interpretation of Roman Comedy, Classical Philology 11, 1916.

*Prescott H.W., Inorganic Roles in Roman Comedy, Classical Philology 15, 1920.

*Prescott H.W., Silent Roles in Roman Comedy, Classical Philology 31, 1936.

*Prescott H.W., Silent Roles in Roman Comedy II, Classical Philology 32, 1937,

*Prescott H.W., Link Monologues in Roman Comedy, Classical Philology 34, 1939.

*Prescott H.W., Exit Monologues in Roman Comedy, Classical Philology 37, 1942.

*Rambo E.F., The Significance of Wing-Entrances in Roman Comedy, Classical Philology 10, 1915.

Sandbach F.H., How Terence's Hecyra Failed, Classical Quarterly 1982.

*Saylor C.F., Periplectomenus and the Organization of the Miles Gloriosus, Eranos 75, 1977.

Sedgwick W.B., The Dating of Plautus' Plays, Classical Quarterly 1930.

Sedgwick W.B., Plautine Chronology, American Journal of Philology 1949.

Segal E., The Menaechmi: Roman Comedy of Errors, Yale Classical Studies 21, 1969; cf. Segal E., Oxford Readings in Menander, Plautus, and Terence, Oxford 2001, pp.115-26.

*Sewart D. Exposition in the Hekyra of Apollodorus, Hermes 1974.

Stace C. The Slaves of Plautus, Greece & Rome 1968.

*Tanner R.G. Problems in Plautus, Proc. of the Camb. Philol. Soc. 1969.

Vogt-Spira G., ‘Traditions of Theatrical Improvization in Plautus’ in Segal E., Oxford Readings in Menander, Plautus, and Terence, Oxford 2001, pp.95-106.

*Williams, G., Evidence for Plautus' Workmanship in the Miles Gloriosus, Hermes 86, 1958.

*Wilner O.L., The Character Treatment of Inorganic Roles in Roman Comedy, Classical Philology 26, 1931.

*Wilner O.L., The Technical Device of Direct Description of Character in Roman Comedy, Classical Philology 33, 1938.

*Wilner, O.L., Contrast and Repetition as Devices in the Technique of Character Portrayal in Roman Comedy, Classical Philology 25, 1930.