Aristophanes

Aristophanes Treating Ancient Plays As Living Drama Classical Greek Drama Is Brought Vividly To Life In This Series Of New Translations Students Are Encouraged To Engage With The Text Through Detailed Commentaries, Including Suggestions For Discussion And Analysis In Addition, Numerous Practical Questions Stimulate Ideas On Staging And Encourage Students To Explore The Play S Dramatic Qualities Clouds Is Suitable For Students Of Both Classical Civilisation And Drama Useful Features Include Full Synopsis Of The Play, Commentary Alongside Translation For Easy Reference And A Comprehensive Introduction To The Greek Theatre Clouds Is Aimed Primarily At A Level And Undergraduate Students In The UK, And College Students In North America

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  • Paperback
  • 138 pages
  • Aristophanes
  • John Claughton
  • English
  • 06 April 2017
  • 9780521172561

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  1. says:

    These editions, published by Cambridge University Press as the Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama are the best available schoolbooks for Greek tragedy This fine edition, the first of a Greek comedy in the series, was published in 2012 The text on the right and running notes on the left page a format familiar to many from the paperbound school texts of the Folger Library of Shakespeare plays make for a very helpful student format Valuable appendices include a Synopsis of the Play, an Introduction to Greek Theater, and a Time Line The translations are clear and very faithful to the original Greek, and the notes in particular are chock full of important information regarding themes and topics that are key to a sound understanding of the play.Talk about underrated Aristophanes is at times laugh out loud funny, and some of his choral lyrics are so gorgeously beautiful they are reminiscent of passages in Milton s Comus Nobody reads Aristophanes, of course at least in comparison with tragedy And yet his reputation as one of the greatest Attic Greek writers right up there with Plato, Thucydides, the tragedians is permanently fixed Apart from their comic brilliance, his eleven surviving plays are a great source of information on contemporary Athenian politics, social and religious practices, food and dining, and much .Warning Label There is a lot of scatological and overtly sexual humor in Aristophanes If Will Farrell and Adam Sandler appeal to you, you will be right at home with Aristophanes This play was first produced in 423 It satirizes the Athenian philosopher, Socrates, and is even alluded to in the Apology of Socrates, Plato s work purporting to be the speech given by Socrates when he was put on trial in 399 for corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing in the gods of the Athenians.

  2. says:

    These editions, published by Cambridge University Press as the Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama are the best available schoolbooks for Greek tragedy This fine edition, the first of a Greek comedy in the series, was published in 2012 The text on the right and running notes on the left page a format familiar to many from the paperbound school texts of the Folger Library of Shakespeare plays make for a very helpful student format Valuable appendices include a Synopsis of the Play, an Introduction to Greek Theater, and a Time Line The translations are clear and very faithful to the original Greek, and the notes in particular are chock full of important information regarding themes and topics that are key to a sound understanding of the play.Talk about underrated Aristophanes is at times laugh out loud funny, and some of his choral lyrics are so gorgeously beautiful they are reminiscent of passages in Milton s Comus Nobody reads Aristophanes, of course at least in comparison with tragedy And yet his reputation as one of the greatest Attic Greek writers right up there with Plato, Thucydides, the tragedians is permanently fixed Apart from their comic brilliance, his eleven surviving plays are a great source of information on contemporary Athenian politics, social and religious practices, food and dining, and much .Warning Label There is a lot of scatological and overtly sexual humor in Aristophanes If Will Farrell and Adam Sandler appeal to you, you will be right at home with Aristophanes This play was first produced in 423 It satirizes the Athenian philosopher, Socrates, and is even alluded to in the Apology of Socrates, Plato s work purporting to be the speech given by Socrates when he was put on trial in 399 for corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing in the gods of the Athenians.

  3. says:

    These editions, published by Cambridge University Press as the Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama are the best available schoolbooks for Greek tragedy This fine edition, the first of a Greek comedy in the series, was published in 2012 The text on the right and running notes on the left page a format familiar to many from the paperbound school texts of the Folger Library of Shakespeare plays make for a very helpful student format Valuable appendices include a Synopsis of the Play, an Introduction to Greek Theater, and a Time Line The translations are clear and very faithful to the original Greek, and the notes in particular are chock full of important information regarding themes and topics that are key to a sound understanding of the play.Talk about underrated Aristophanes is at times laugh out loud funny, and some of his choral lyrics are so gorgeously beautiful they are reminiscent of passages in Milton s Comus Nobody reads Aristophanes, of course at least in comparison with tragedy And yet his reputation as one of the greatest Attic Greek writers right up there with Plato, Thucydides, the tragedians is permanently fixed Apart from their comic brilliance, his eleven surviving plays are a great source of information on contemporary Athenian politics, social and religious practices, food and dining, and much .Warning Label There is a lot of scatological and overtly sexual humor in Aristophanes If Will Farrell and Adam Sandler appeal to you, you will be right at home with Aristophanes This play was first produced in 423 It satirizes the Athenian philosopher, Socrates, and is even alluded to in the Apology of Socrates, Plato s work purporting to be the speech given by Socrates when he was put on trial in 399 for corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing in the gods of the Athenians.

  4. says:

    These editions, published by Cambridge University Press as the Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama are the best available schoolbooks for Greek tragedy This fine edition, the first of a Greek comedy in the series, was published in 2012 The text on the right and running notes on the left page a format familiar to many from the paperbound school texts of the Folger Library of Shakespeare plays make for a very helpful student format Valuable appendices include a Synopsis of the Play, an Introduction to Greek Theater, and a Time Line The translations are clear and very faithful to the original Greek, and the notes in particular are chock full of important information regarding themes and topics that are key to a sound understanding of the play.Talk about underrated Aristophanes is at times laugh out loud funny, and some of his choral lyrics are so gorgeously beautiful they are reminiscent of passages in Milton s Comus Nobody reads Aristophanes, of course at least in comparison with tragedy And yet his reputation as one of the greatest Attic Greek writers right up there with Plato, Thucydides, the tragedians is permanently fixed Apart from their comic brilliance, his eleven surviving plays are a great source of information on contemporary Athenian politics, social and religious practices, food and dining, and much .Warning Label There is a lot of scatological and overtly sexual humor in Aristophanes If Will Farrell and Adam Sandler appeal to you, you will be right at home with Aristophanes This play was first produced in 423 It satirizes the Athenian philosopher, Socrates, and is even alluded to in the Apology of Socrates, Plato s work purporting to be the speech given by Socrates when he was put on trial in 399 for corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing in the gods of the Athenians.

  5. says:

    These editions, published by Cambridge University Press as the Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama are the best available schoolbooks for Greek tragedy This fine edition, the first of a Greek comedy in the series, was published in 2012 The text on the right and running notes on the left page a format familiar to many from the paperbound school texts of the Folger Library of Shakespeare plays make for a very helpful student format Valuable appendices include a Synopsis of the Play, an Introduction to Greek Theater, and a Time Line The translations are clear and very faithful to the original Greek, and the notes in particular are chock full of important information regarding themes and topics that are key to a sound understanding of the play.Talk about underrated Aristophanes is at times laugh out loud funny, and some of his choral lyrics are so gorgeously beautiful they are reminiscent of passages in Milton s Comus Nobody reads Aristophanes, of course at least in comparison with tragedy And yet his reputation as one of the greatest Attic Greek writers right up there with Plato, Thucydides, the tragedians is permanently fixed Apart from their comic brilliance, his eleven surviving plays are a great source of information on contemporary Athenian politics, social and religious practices, food and dining, and much .Warning Label There is a lot of scatological and overtly sexual humor in Aristophanes If Will Farrell and Adam Sandler appeal to you, you will be right at home with Aristophanes This play was first produced in 423 It satirizes the Athenian philosopher, Socrates, and is even alluded to in the Apology of Socrates, Plato s work purporting to be the speech given by Socrates when he was put on trial in 399 for corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing in the gods of the Athenians.

  6. says:

    These editions, published by Cambridge University Press as the Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama are the best available schoolbooks for Greek tragedy This fine edition, the first of a Greek comedy in the series, was published in 2012 The text on the right and running notes on the left page a format familiar to many from the paperbound school texts of the Folger Library of Shakespeare plays make for a very helpful student format Valuable appendices include a Synopsis of the Play, an Introduction to Greek Theater, and a Time Line The translations are clear and very faithful to the original Greek, and the notes in particular are chock full of important information regarding themes and topics that are key to a sound understanding of the play.Talk about underrated Aristophanes is at times laugh out loud funny, and some of his choral lyrics are so gorgeously beautiful they are reminiscent of passages in Milton s Comus Nobody reads Aristophanes, of course at least in comparison with tragedy And yet his reputation as one of the greatest Attic Greek writers right up there with Plato, Thucydides, the tragedians is permanently fixed Apart from their comic brilliance, his eleven surviving plays are a great source of information on contemporary Athenian politics, social and religious practices, food and dining, and much .Warning Label There is a lot of scatological and overtly sexual humor in Aristophanes If Will Farrell and Adam Sandler appeal to you, you will be right at home with Aristophanes This play was first produced in 423 It satirizes the Athenian philosopher, Socrates, and is even alluded to in the Apology of Socrates, Plato s work purporting to be the speech given by Socrates when he was put on trial in 399 for corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing in the gods of the Athenians.

  7. says:

    These editions, published by Cambridge University Press as the Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama are the best available schoolbooks for Greek tragedy This fine edition, the first of a Greek comedy in the series, was published in 2012 The text on the right and running notes on the left page a format familiar to many from the paperbound school texts of the Folger Library of Shakespeare plays make for a very helpful student format Valuable appendices include a Synopsis of the Play, an Introduction to Greek Theater, and a Time Line The translations are clear and very faithful to the original Greek, and the notes in particular are chock full of important information regarding themes and topics that are key to a sound understanding of the play.Talk about underrated Aristophanes is at times laugh out loud funny, and some of his choral lyrics are so gorgeously beautiful they are reminiscent of passages in Milton s Comus Nobody reads Aristophanes, of course at least in comparison with tragedy And yet his reputation as one of the greatest Attic Greek writers right up there with Plato, Thucydides, the tragedians is permanently fixed Apart from their comic brilliance, his eleven surviving plays are a great source of information on contemporary Athenian politics, social and religious practices, food and dining, and much .Warning Label There is a lot of scatological and overtly sexual humor in Aristophanes If Will Farrell and Adam Sandler appeal to you, you will be right at home with Aristophanes This play was first produced in 423 It satirizes the Athenian philosopher, Socrates, and is even alluded to in the Apology of Socrates, Plato s work purporting to be the speech given by Socrates when he was put on trial in 399 for corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing in the gods of the Athenians.

  8. says:

    These editions, published by Cambridge University Press as the Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama are the best available schoolbooks for Greek tragedy This fine edition, the first of a Greek comedy in the series, was published in 2012 The text on the right and running notes on the left page a format familiar to many from the paperbound school texts of the Folger Library of Shakespeare plays make for a very helpful student format Valuable appendices include a Synopsis of the Play, an Introduction to Greek Theater, and a Time Line The translations are clear and very faithful to the original Greek, and the notes in particular are chock full of important information regarding themes and topics that are key to a sound understanding of the play.Talk about underrated Aristophanes is at times laugh out loud funny, and some of his choral lyrics are so gorgeously beautiful they are reminiscent of passages in Milton s Comus Nobody reads Aristophanes, of course at least in comparison with tragedy And yet his reputation as one of the greatest Attic Greek writers right up there with Plato, Thucydides, the tragedians is permanently fixed Apart from their comic brilliance, his eleven surviving plays are a great source of information on contemporary Athenian politics, social and religious practices, food and dining, and much .Warning Label There is a lot of scatological and overtly sexual humor in Aristophanes If Will Farrell and Adam Sandler appeal to you, you will be right at home with Aristophanes This play was first produced in 423 It satirizes the Athenian philosopher, Socrates, and is even alluded to in the Apology of Socrates, Plato s work purporting to be the speech given by Socrates when he was put on trial in 399 for corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing in the gods of the Athenians.

  9. says:

    These editions, published by Cambridge University Press as the Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama are the best available schoolbooks for Greek tragedy This fine edition, the first of a Greek comedy in the series, was published in 2012 The text on the right and running notes on the left page a format familiar to many from the paperbound school texts of the Folger Library of Shakespeare plays make for a very helpful student format Valuable appendices include a Synopsis of the Play, an Introduction to Greek Theater, and a Time Line The translations are clear and very faithful to the original Greek, and the notes in particular are chock full of important information regarding themes and topics that are key to a sound understanding of the play.Talk about underrated Aristophanes is at times laugh out loud funny, and some of his choral lyrics are so gorgeously beautiful they are reminiscent of passages in Milton s Comus Nobody reads Aristophanes, of course at least in comparison with tragedy And yet his reputation as one of the greatest Attic Greek writers right up there with Plato, Thucydides, the tragedians is permanently fixed Apart from their comic brilliance, his eleven surviving plays are a great source of information on contemporary Athenian politics, social and religious practices, food and dining, and much .Warning Label There is a lot of scatological and overtly sexual humor in Aristophanes If Will Farrell and Adam Sandler appeal to you, you will be right at home with Aristophanes This play was first produced in 423 It satirizes the Athenian philosopher, Socrates, and is even alluded to in the Apology of Socrates, Plato s work purporting to be the speech given by Socrates when he was put on trial in 399 for corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing in the gods of the Athenians.

  10. says:

    These editions, published by Cambridge University Press as the Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama are the best available schoolbooks for Greek tragedy This fine edition, the first of a Greek comedy in the series, was published in 2012 The text on the right and running notes on the left page a format familiar to many from the paperbound school texts of the Folger Library of Shakespeare plays make for a very helpful student format Valuable appendices include a Synopsis of the Play, an Introduction to Greek Theater, and a Time Line The translations are clear and very faithful to the original Greek, and the notes in particular are chock full of important information regarding themes and topics that are key to a sound understanding of the play.Talk about underrated Aristophanes is at times laugh out loud funny, and some of his choral lyrics are so gorgeously beautiful they are reminiscent of passages in Milton s Comus Nobody reads Aristophanes, of course at least in comparison with tragedy And yet his reputation as one of the greatest Attic Greek writers right up there with Plato, Thucydides, the tragedians is permanently fixed Apart from their comic brilliance, his eleven surviving plays are a great source of information on contemporary Athenian politics, social and religious practices, food and dining, and much .Warning Label There is a lot of scatological and overtly sexual humor in Aristophanes If Will Farrell and Adam Sandler appeal to you, you will be right at home with Aristophanes This play was first produced in 423 It satirizes the Athenian philosopher, Socrates, and is even alluded to in the Apology of Socrates, Plato s work purporting to be the speech given by Socrates when he was put on trial in 399 for corrupting the youth of Athens and not believing in the gods of the Athenians.

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