GREEK AND ROMAN DRAMA

SELECT PRINT RESOURCES

Aristophanes and Athens: An Introduction to the Plays.  D. M. MacDowell.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 1995.    

Tisch Books Stacks  PA3879 .M23 1995

Aristophanes and the Definition of Comedy.  M. S. Silk.   Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.    Tisch Book Stacks PA3879 .S55 2000

Aristophanic Comedy.  Kenneth J. Dover.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972.     Tisch Book Stacks PA3879 .D6

The Cambridge Companion to Greek Tragedy.   P. E. Easterling. Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1997.  Tisch Book Stacks PA3131.E28 1997

The Context of Ancient Drama. Eric Csapo and William Slater. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press,  1995.   Tisch Books Stacks  PA3024.C75 1995

Greek Tragedy: A Literary Study.  H. D. F. Kitto. London: Methuen & Co., 1939. Tisch Book Stacks PA3131.K5

Greek Tragedy: an Introduction. Bernhard Zimmermann. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991.

Tisch Book Stacks PA3131 .Z513 1991

Greek Tragedy in Action.  Oliver Taplin. Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1978.  Tisch Book StacksPA3201 .T3

The Nature of Roman Comedy:  A Study in Popular Entertainment.  G. E. Duckworth.   Princeton: Princeton University Press,   1952.  

Tisch Book Stacks PA6069.D8

Plautine Elements in Plautus.  E. Frankel,  trans. Tomas Drevikovsky and Frances Muecke.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press,2007.  

Tisch Books Stacks PA6602 .F73 2007


Roman Laughter: The Comedy of Plautus
.  E. Segal.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press,   1968.  Tisch Book Stacks  PA6585 .S4

Story Patterns in Greek Tragedy.  Richmond Lattimore. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press,  1964. Tisch Books Stacks PA3133 .L3

When a Young Man Falls in Love:  The Sexual Exploitation of Women in New Comedy. Vincent Rosivach.  London/New York:  Routledge, 1998. 

Tisch Book Stacks  PA3188.R67 1998


Why Does Tragedy Give Pleasure?  A. D. Nuttall.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996.   Tisch Books Stacks PN1892.N88 1996


SELECT ONLINE RESOURCES

Didaskalia.  Journal devoted to the study of ancient Greek and Roman drama in performance.

Greek and Roman Drama Bibliography (John Porter, University of Saskatchewan)

Roman Drama Bibliography (Timothy Moore, University of Texas

Skenotheke: Images of the Ancient Stage (John Porter, University of Saskatchewan)

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