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Courtesans and Fishcakes: The Consuming Passions of Classical Athens
James N. Davidson
Limited preview - 2011
Adelphasium admits amuse ashamed Asinaria audience Aulularia Bacchides Ballio beautiful berate boast boy's Calidorus Callicles Captivi cheat Chrysalus clearly drawn clever comedy conceited contrast courtesan daughter deceived delight Demipho depravity developed dinner disgusted Ennius Euclio farcical scenes father feels flattered free birth free-born generosity genial gives Greek Greek comedies Gymnasium husbands individuality jolly Lesbonicus likable living Lysimachus Lysiteles maid marry Melaenis Menaechmus Mercator Meretricem meretrices Miles Oloriosus Mostellaria Naevius nature neighbor neighbor's slaves Nicobulus niggardly Oharmides old fellow Palaestrio parasite Periplectomenus personality Philematium Philolaches Philoxenus Phronesium pictured pimp Pistoclerus Plautus shows play Pleusicles plot Poenulus poor promises proves Pseudolus quam Rudens says Scapha Selenium sense of humor Simo sister slave girl sober soldier sort spendthrift Stichus stinginess sunt sweet sweetheart trick trickster tricky slave Trinummus Truculentus upright weak wicked wife woman women young lover young man's young master