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The Comedies of Terence: Literally Tr. Into English Prose, With Notes

By Henry Thomas Riley ; to which is added the blank verse translation of George Colman
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
New York : Harper and brothers, 1874.
Language
English
Related Title
Terence and Phaedrus literally translated.
Series
Harper's Classical Library
Contents
  • In prose: Andria; or, The afir Andrin
  • Eunuchus; or, The eunuch
  • Heautontimorumenos; or, The self-tormentor
  • Adelphi; or, The brothers
  • Hecyra; The mother-in-law
  • Phormio; or, The scheming parasite
  • In verse [by Colman]: The Andrian. The eunuch. The self-tormentor. The brothers. The step-mother. Phormio.
Description
609 p. ; 20 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • "In this version... the text of Volbehr, 1846, has been followed, with the few exceptions mentioned in the notes." -Pref.
  • Publisher's title: Terence and Phaedrus literally translated.
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