The Dramatic Values in Plautus
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The Dramatic Values in Plautus

By Wilton W. (Wilton Wallace) Blancké
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  • University of Pennsylvania
  • The Dramatic Values in Plautus
    • Wilton Wallace Blancké, A.M., Ph.D.
      • Professor of Latin in the Central High School of Philadelphia
        • A Thesis
        • Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
      • A Thesis
      • Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
    • Professor of Latin in the Central High School of Philadelphia
      • A Thesis
      • Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
    • A Thesis
    • Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
    • Foreword
    • Part 1
      • A Résumé of the Criticism and of the Evidence Relating to the Acting of Plautus
      • Introduction
        • §1. Critics of Plautus
        • §2. The Performance
      • §1. Critics of Plautus
      • §2. The Performance
    • A Résumé of the Criticism and of the Evidence Relating to the Acting of Plautus
    • Introduction
      • §1. Critics of Plautus
      • §2. The Performance
    • §1. Critics of Plautus
    • §2. The Performance
    • Part II
      • An Analysis of the Dramatic Values in Plautus
      • I. Machinery Characteristic of the Lower Types of Modern Drama
        • A. Devices self-evident from the text.
        • B. Devices absurd and inexplicable unless interpreted in a broad farcical spirit.
      • A. Devices self-evident from the text.
      • B. Devices absurd and inexplicable unless interpreted in a broad farcical spirit.
      • II. Evidences of Loose Composition Which Prove a Disregard of Technique and Hence Indicate that Entertainment Was the Sole Aim
        • A. Solo speeches and passages.
        • B. Inconsistencies and carelessness of composition.
      • A. Solo speeches and passages.
      • B. Inconsistencies and carelessness of composition.
    • An Analysis of the Dramatic Values in Plautus
    • I. Machinery Characteristic of the Lower Types of Modern Drama
      • A. Devices self-evident from the text.
      • B. Devices absurd and inexplicable unless interpreted in a broad farcical spirit.
    • A. Devices self-evident from the text.
    • B. Devices absurd and inexplicable unless interpreted in a broad farcical spirit.
    • II. Evidences of Loose Composition Which Prove a Disregard of Technique and Hence Indicate that Entertainment Was the Sole Aim
      • A. Solo speeches and passages.
      • B. Inconsistencies and carelessness of composition.
    • A. Solo speeches and passages.
    • B. Inconsistencies and carelessness of composition.
    • In Conclusion
    • Footnotes
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