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The Characters of Terence

G. Kenneth G. Henry
Studies in Philology
Vol. 12, No. 2 (Apr., 1915), pp. 55+57-98
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4171672
Page Count: 43
Subjects: Language & Literature
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Notes and References

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  • 3
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • vid. St. August. Ep. 51
    • Cic. de Leg. 1, 12
    • de Fin. III, 19, 63
    • Seneca Ep. 95, 52
  • 9
    Horace, Ars Poetica, on comic anger: "Interdum tamen et vocem Comœdia tollit Iratusque Chremes tumido delitigat ore." (ll. 93-04)
  • 22
    Shuckburg's translation of ll. 874-878.
  • 32
    Long and Maclean state (p. 312)
  • 33
    Geschichte der Römischen Dichtung, p. 152.
  • 34
    Quoted by Colman, ll. 985 ff., p. 102, Vol. 2.
  • 35
    Andria, l. 61.
  • 91
    vid. ll. 415, 426, 479.
  • 92
    vid. also l. 490
  • 97
    Quoted by Colman on l. 401.
  • 98
    vid. Riley's trans. (1853), note on l. 25, Eunuchus
  • 99
    Plautus Most., l. 815.
  • 103
    Ancient Classical Drama, p. 262.
  • 104
    Geschichte der Römischen, Dichtung, p. 83.
  • 105
    But vid. Ribbeck, Römischen Dichtung, pp. 73 ff
  • 118
    vid. Schlegel's "Dramatic Literature", Lecture XIV.
  • 119
    vid. Introduct. Ashmore's Terence.
  • 121
    St. Augustine, de Civit. Dei, XVIII, 9.
  • 122
    vid. Hudson's Shakespeare: His Art and Characters. pp. 173-174.
  • 123
    Sainte Beuve, Nouveau Lundi, T. 5.
  • 124
    vid. Sellar, Roman Poets of the Republic.
  • 125
    Apuleius, Florida, V, 474-476.