Signification théâtrale du double dans l'Amphitryon de Plaute

  title={Signification th{\'e}{\^a}trale du double dans l'Amphitryon de Plaute},
  author={Florence Dupont},
  journal={Vita Latina},
Quis ego sum saltem? : an investigation of Plautus' Captiui, Menaechmi and Amphitruo with special reference to problems of identity.
Many of Plautus' extant plays contain identity problems, the results of comic confusions in identity. The confusion may arise from deliberate deceit through impersonation, or from mistaken identityExpand
Catullus and the Roman Paradox Epigram
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  • 2021
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Catullus’ Sapphic Lacuna
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s a long-standing admirer of George Walsh’s The Varieties of Enchantment, I was honored to receive the invitation to deliver the Walsh Lecture for 2007–8 at the University of Chicago’s Department ofExpand
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