Edited with Introduction, Critical Notes, Commentary, and Excursus
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Description: A presentation and analysis of twelve works (some only fragments) of Herodas, a writer of literary mimes in 3rd century B.C. Greece. The author's introductory analysis includes, among many other topics, a description of literary mime in Greece and a comparison to mime in Italy, as well as details of the 1891 discovery of Herodas' works contained in this volume.
WMT Library subject keywords: history (ancient) | literary mime | Greece | Italy
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