10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PROTATIC»
Discover the use of protatic
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to protatic
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The Theory and Analysis of Drama
This rather transparent way of dramatising the expository dialogue was classified
by the later Latin theoreticians of classical comedy as a 'protatic figure'. Donatus'
definition of a protatic figure in his commentary to Terence's Andria coincides ...
The New Comedy of Greece and Rome
Ancient scholars referred to such characters as 'protatic' or preliminary (
TTPOCTCOTTOI TTpoTcmKci). Such characters appear throughout the history of
ancient comedy : in Aristophanes, one of the pair of slaves with which Knights,
Reading Roman Comedy: Poetics and Playfulness in Plautus and ...
Andria offers Terence's first experiment in exposition in agendo, with a dialogue
between the senex Simo and his freedman Sosia, a character brought in for the
purpose.182 The scene, and indeed Terence's use of protatic characters, has ...
Italian Studies in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
In this way, the only point of view of this protatic complex is formed: the Egyptian
point of view. The fated couple appears here only as causation of the end,
mentioned by Alexas: Cleopatra, fluidly clasping the powerful ruin of Antony; and
Michele Marrapodi, Giorgio Melchiori, 1999
Context and the Lexicon in the Development of Russian Aspect
(27) ^ 'and if anyone should speak ill of the Slavic writings, let him be excluded
from the church until he corrects himself If the protatic predicate is punctual, as in
(41) and (43), or atelic, as in (45) and (47)-(49), it will be a protoimperfective or ...
Making Figures: Body, Sound, Image, and Their Reimaginings ...
that the sea was "as if a cloth had wrinkles in it," that the "cloth became barred
with thick strokes moving, one after another . . . pursuing each other" (7), we
inhabit a page organized by the logic of the protatic which analogizes, under the
The Comedies of Terence: Literally Translated Into English ...
He is unfortunately only a Protatic or introductory character, as we lose sight of
him after this Act. 5 Meanwhile, three years ago)—Ver. 69. The following remark
of Donatus on this passage is quoted by Colman for its curiosity. “The Author has
Jean de la Taille: The Rivals
Restitue is a typical 'protatic' character, that is to say one who is introduced at the
outset of a play but is not used again during the rest of it (the 'protasis' is defined
by Donatus as 'the first act of the [comedy], in which part of the plot is unfolded, ...
ANNUAL EGYPTOLOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 1980
Therefore each protatic and apodotic clauses are analysed individually with great
care. The morpheme ir is first studied in frontally extraposing a noun (called '
segmentation', p. 7-16), next (2) when segmentation is neutralized (16-9),
W. Hovestreydt, L. M. J. Zonhoven
a play test the dramatist's art more than the middle; to this fact the prologist, the
protatic role, the god from the machine, bear ample witness. I The inorganic
prologist has been discussed by many others and need not detain us. The
protatic role ...
Henry Washington Prescott, 1899