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HISTORIA LITTERARIA

specialia: scaenica

 

1.  Bibliographiae - 2.  Generalia - 3. Comoedia - 4. Tragoedia

 

 

1.  Bibliographiae  

W. Donlan, ed., The Classical World Bibliography of  Roman Drama and Poetry and Ancient Fiction. With a new  introduction, New York-Londen 1978.

R.J. Forman, Classical Greek and Roman Drama: An Annotated Bibliography, Pasadena, CA 1989.

G. Manuwald, Römische Tragödien und Praetexten republikanischer Zeit: 1964-2002, in: Lustrum 43 (2001), 2004, 11-237.

T. Moore, Drama in the Roman Republic: getting started

 

2.  Generalia  

P.W. Harsh, A Handbook of Classical Drama, Berkely, California, 1944, 1965-2.

M. Bieber, History of Greek and Roman Theatre, ed. 2., Princeton 1961.

R.Y. Hathorn, Crowell’s Handbook of Classical Drama, New York 1967.

W. Beare, The Roman Stage. A Short History of Latin Drama in the Time of the Republic, ed. 3.recogn., Londen 1968.

Ch. Garton, Personal Aspects of the Roman Theatre, Toronto 1972.

E. Lefèvre, ed., Das römische Drama, Darmstadt 1978.

T. P. Wiseman, Roman Drama and Roman History, Exeter 1998.

G. Manuwald, Roman Drama: A Reader, London 2010.

 

3. Comoedia  

K. Preston,  Studies in the Diction of the Sermo Amatorius in Roman Comedy, Chicago, Illinois, 1916.

A. Spies, Militat omnis amans, Tübingen 1930.

[Preston 1916 + Spies 1930 = 1 vol., New York 1978]

B. Brotherton, The Vocabulary of Intrigue in Roman Comedy, Menasha, Wisconsin, 1926.

H. Law, Studies in the Songs of Plautine Comedy, Menasha, Wisconsin 1922.

[Brotherton 1926 + Law 1922 = 1 vol., New York 1978]

P.W. Harsh, Studies in Dramatic "Preparation" in Roman Comedy, Chicago 1935.

D.E. Fields, The Technique of Exposition in Roman Comedy, Chicago 1938.

M.F. Smith, The Technique of Solution in Roman Comedy, Chicago 1940.

M.K. Glick, Studies in Colloquial exaggeration in Roman Comedy, Chicago 1941.

G.E. Duckworth, The Nature of Roman Comedy, Princeton, New Jersey, 1952 (1971); ed. 2a. R. Hunter, with a forew. and bibliographical app., Bristol 1994.

S. Lilja, Terms of abuse in Roman comedy, Helsinki 1965.

W.G. Arnott, Menander, Plautus, Terence, Oxford 1975.

K. MacLeish, Roman Comedy, Basingstoke 1976 (Bristol 1986).

D. Konstan, Roman Comedy, Ithaca-Londen 1983 (1986).

D. F. Sutton, Ancient comedy: the war of generations, New York 1993.

J. G. W. Henderson, Writing down Rome: satire, comedy and other offenses in Roman poetry, Oxford 1999.

S. O'Bryhim & J. F. Franko, Greek and Roman Comedy: translations and interpretations of four representative plays, Austin 2001.

M. Leigh, Comedy and the rise of Rome, Oxford 2004.

C.W. Marshall, The stagecraft and performance of Roman comedy, Cambridge 2006.

N.J. Lowe, Comedy (New Sruveys in the Classics, 37), Cambridge 2008.

D.N. Dutsch, Feminine discourse in Roman comedy : on echoes and voices, Oxford 2008.

A. Sharrock, reading roman comedy: poetics and playfullness in Plautus and Terence, Cambridge 2010.

T.J. Moore, Music in Roman comedy, Cambridge 2012.

A.C. Scafuro, M. Fontaine, The Oxford handbook of Greek and Roman comedy, Oxford 2014.

 

4. Tragoedia

O. Ribbeck, Die römische Tragödie im Zeitalter der Republik, Leipzig 1875 (Hildesheim 1968).

G. Aricò, ed., Atti del I. seminario di studi sulla tragedia romana (Palermo 26-27 ottobre 1987), Palermo 1987.

G. Manuwald, ed., Identität und Alterität in der frührömischen Tragödie, Würzburg 2000.

G. Manuwald, Fabulae praetextae. Spuren einer literarischen Gattung, München 2001.

M. Erasmo, Roman Tragedy: Theatre to Theatricality, Austin 2004.

A.J. Boyle, An introduction to Roman Tragedy, Londen 2006.

 

 

 

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