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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.

  • Paperback
  • 138 pages
  • Aristophanes
  • John Claughton
  • English
  • 01 February 2018
  • 052117256X

About the Author: John Claughton

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10 thoughts on “Aristophanes

  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 app...

  2. says:

    First ReadingI decided to read this play just becouse it s that play that mocks Socrates I found muchin it There is so many lovely and funny characters in the play and some of the jokes very really funny Storyline is unfortunately quite simple but it s developent is good and one could quite easily relate to the discussed themes I could imagine many of it happening in today s world So there s no need to fear that the plot would be for reader too outlindish You won t fall out of chai First ReadingI decided to read this play just becouse it s that play that mocks Socrates I found muchin it There is so many lovely and funny characters in the play and some of the jokes very really funny Storyline is unfortunately quite simple but it s developent is good and one could quite easily relate to the discussed themes I could imagine many of it happening in today s world So there s no need to fear that the plot would be for reader too outlindish You won t fall out of chair by laughing and you won t spend days rethinging arguments from play but it s entertaining and interesting to read play like this And If you find Plato s Socrates annoying you know that I kinda know why they sentenced him to dring hemlock feeling you may really enjoy readin...

  3. says:

    I admit that I only bought this book because I read the quote about the ideal man broad shoulders, a humble tongue, firm buttocks, and a neat little prick in the context of an article on Greek statue penis size turns out that they re not particularly small after all and liked it en...

  4. says:

    Man, this guy Socrates sounds like a real loser.

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