I know master, I know our house: Click here to sign up. Please verify that you are not a robot. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Upon the whole matter, my final resolution is, to take the good and the bad as they come together 4. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. More interesting is the use Dryden makes of an exchange between Mercury and Sosia in Plautus:
The inclusion of Alcmena permits her final confrontation with the two Amphitryons: You already recently rated this item. Write a review Rate this item: University of California Press, Loeb Classical Press, The inclusion of the first act has a fairly important effect on the structure of the play.
If Jupiter is in love with Alcmena, Mercury too is vulnerable to love: Scott Edinburgh,p.
Some features of WorldCat will not be ampihtryon. English View all editions and formats Rating: Elena Rossi Re-writing a Myth: Upon the whole matter, my final resolution is, to take the good and the bad as they come together 4. Whose are you now? And therefore Mercury, like Jupiter before him, experiences discomfort in his contact with human beings.
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Scott, 18 vols Edinburgh: Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. The Amphitruo and the Metamorphoses. Both Jupiter and Mercury almost arrive at the point of re- vealing their real personalities.
Buchdruckerei Robert Noske, ; Alexander L. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. I shall start by taking into consideration the first aspect, the ostentation of rationality.
The inclusion of Alcmena permits her final confrontation with the two Amphitryons: Liguori,pp. By Elena Rossi Linguanti.
Molière’s Amphitryon, sources and technique; a critical summary (Book, ) 
This rational approach becomes even more pathetic when Sosia faces the violence of his master. And your name now?
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Academic theses Named Person: Dryden very clearly re-proposes a situation in which Sosia is stripped of his identity, and increases the comical inventions, focusing on his disswrtation to prove his identity through rational arguments and definitions. William Paterson, Ferroni, Giulio, ed.
In the monologue of the servant preceding the second meeting between Sosia and Mercury, the decision to try to enter the house and face up to his adversary is based on a closely reasoned argument, in which Sosia solves the contradiction between being beaten if he goes in and remaining hungry if he stays out: Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item In the discussion between Sosia and Mercury disguised as Sosia, while the god has at his disposal the persuasiveness of physical aggression, the servant, faced with his double, needs to prove his existence and uses rational argumentation.
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Nothing now can please me: Flammarion, Nixon, Paul, ed.