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Eupolis (fl. 429-411 BC) was one of the best-attested and most important of Aristophanes' rivals. No complete play has survived, but more than 120 lines of his best-known comedy, Demoi (The Demes), are extant. This book provides a new translation of … weiterlesen
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Titel: Eupolis: Poet of Old Comedy
Autor/en: Ian Christopher Storey

ISBN: 0199259925
EAN: 9780199259922
Sprache: Englisch.
OXFORD UNIV PR

März 2004 - gebunden - 441 Seiten

Beschreibung

Eupolis (fl. 429-411 BC) was one of the best-attested and most important of Aristophanes' rivals. No complete play has survived, but more than 120 lines of his best-known comedy, Demoi (The Demes), are extant. This book provides a new translation of all the remaining fragments and an essay on each lost play, as well as discussions of Eupolis' career and the sort of comedy that this prizewinning poet created.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction: 'Everyone knows Eupolis'; Translation of the fragments of Eupolis; 1. Eupolis in Antiquity; 2. Eupolis' dates and career; 3. The comedies of Eupolis; 4. The 'war' between the poets; 5. Eupolis and comedy

Portrait

Ian C. Storey is Professor of Ancient History and Classics and Principal of Otonabee College at Trent University, Canada

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I would confidently hazard that this is going to be one of the most influential recent books on Old Comedy, and that it will have a profound effect on the study of Aristophanes and the genre over the next 25 years. What is more, the book is extremely accessible and well-crafted, and it can be thoroughly enjoyed and fully utilised even by those without an addiction to Attic Old Comedy fragments. The Journal of Classics Teaching Storey charitably makes his book accessible to all by giving the fragments in translation near the start, and translating all Greek and Latin quotations in the text ... Storey has done a very good job with the scanty remains of Eupolis, who is now visible in a much clearer light than before. The work will stand for a long time. Angus Bowie, Times Literary Supplement A monograph that presents a detailed and wide-ranging look at all aspects of the poet's oeuvre ... I welcome his book unreservedly ... Storey has produced a major book which needs to be in every University collection. Keith Sidwell, Classics Ireland Ian Storey's meticulous study of the surviving fragments of Eupolis is essential reading for every scholar and student of Greek drama...[and] is an essential edition for every university and college library. Mary C. English, Classical World
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