Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Aristophanes

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BRILL, Aug 1, 2016 - Literary Criticism - 452 pages
Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Aristophanes provides a substantive account of the reception of Aristophanes (c. 446-386 BC) from Antiquity to the present.
 

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Contents

Reputation and Reception
3
2 Modern Theory and Aristophanes
22
3 Aristophanes Gender and Sexuality
44
4 Aristophanes Education and Performance in Modern Greece
67
5 Teaching Aristophanes in the American College Classroom
88
Fielding Foote and Debates over Literary Satire
109
7 Teknomajikality and the Humanimal in Aristophanes Wasps
129
Comedy and Crafting the Public Persona
148
Aristophanes NineteenthCentury English Translators
217
The 1902 Comedy Panathenaia of Andreas Nikolaras
240
13 JT Sheppard and the Cambridge Birds of 1903 and 1924
263
14 Murrays Aristophanes
284
Aristophanes and the Modernism of Douglas Young
307
The Visual Debate Between Traditional and Feminist Imagery
331
17 Afterword
369
General Bibliography
377

Adaptations Translations Scholarship and Performances
173
Le Loyers La Néphélococugie 1579 and Racines Les Plaideurs 1668
175
10 Aristophanes and the French Translations of Anne Dacier
195

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