10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PROLOGIST»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to prologist
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The Framing Text in Early Modern English Drama: 'Whining' ...
The references in the prologues to author or poet produce the fiction that these
speeches were not written by Terence, but by or for the Prologist himself. At
various times this Prologist defends the playwright or the play, calls for decorum,
Dr Brian W Schneider, 2013
The New Comedy of Greece and Rome
There is no evidence that this practice of using an impersonal prologist was
anticipated in Greek comedy,7 and it is not improbable that the Roman practice
arose from the need to introduce a play and its actors to a rowdy audience who
Breaking Boundaries: Latina Writing and Critical Readings
Despite all claims, in particular that of the monological prologist, no human
reduction can adequately convey, much less take the place of, the discourse in its
multifaceted reality or even the multiple discourses that intersect the text in its ...
Asunción Horno Delgado, 1989
The Bacchants of Euripides
The only supernatural prologist, who might seem to promise an appearance in
the action, is Death in the Alcestis (v. 74) ; and the promise is not kept. r
answered upon his mere authority. We shall see in the The Bacchants of
Jacob Gretser and the German Jesuit Drama in the 16th Century
For the prolog, Gretser uses an effective dramatic device which also appears in
his Udo of Magdeburg. Three "prologi" take part in the action. One of them is
discovered sitting in the audience and cries out at a signal:  / Prologist. I
In a visually arresting opening, the prologist stands beside the two prisoners of
war, Tyndarus and Philocrates, who may already be in slaves' chains, as they will
be when they first appear in the play (Scene 3). The prologist explains that the ...
Titus Maccius Plautus, David Christenson, 2008
Roman Comedy: Five Plays by Plautus and Terence
As to the charge of literary “theft:” at Eunuchus l9ff., the prologist recounts how the
“old poet” has accused Terence of stealing his characters of the parasite and the
soldier from previous plays of Plautus and Naevius (a late 3"' century BCE ...
Plautus, David Christenson, Terence, 2010
Studies in Latin Poetry
1-2 and vv. 3-49. The prologist would have spoken vv. 1-2 as an actor who had
frequently played the leading role in Ennius' adaptation of the 'A^tAAeu?.129 A
parallel usage of commentari is indirectly evidenced from the schoolroom:
Christopher Mounsey Dawson, Thomas Cole, 1969
Borges, Second Edition: The Passion of an Endless Quotation
... they also invent the prologist (Gervasio Montenegro), a member of the
Academia Argentina de Letras (an institution that appears mentioned in the '64
edition, but not in the one from '42), who is himself likewise a fictional character,
Lisa Block de Behar, 2014
Canonizing Paul: Ancient Editorial Practice and the Corpus ...
... (4) the chorus, (5) the prologist, (6) didaskalia (including the date of the play,
titles of the competing plays and their authors, and prizewinners), (7) the
chronological place in the author's oeuvre, and (8) a critical assessment of the
Eric W. Scherbenske, 2013
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