Effetti scenici nel «Pamphilus» e nel «Babio»

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[automatically translated] Among the "elegiac comedy" Latin of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, the "Pamphilus" and "Babio" best represent the components distinctly "theatrical" of comic-mediolatino elegiac genre. In fact, in addition to being entirely in dialogue - while all other "elegiac" comedies are mixed parts of dialogues and narrative parts - the "Pamphilus" and "Babio" both have a long series of stage elements (internal captions, surprisingly beaten , quick to blow dialogues and response, and so on) that may be taken to imply an intention representative from the authors or, however, they are aimed at a possible Stage yield. For both "comedies", after a brief presentation of each of them (plot, characters, language and style, chronological questions, critical issues, the status of editions and studies),
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)5-18
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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