1 edition of Aristophanes found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||June 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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This Aristophanes is the foe from whom I fly, who is so cruel, so formidable, so stalwart, so solid on his legs! PISTHETAERUS Or, if you like it, the land. " And then an Ionian, sitting next Aristophanes, will add, "I think it's an allusion to Cleon, who so shamelessly feeds on filth all by himself. how you will devour meats and cooked tripe! METON TAKES TO HIS HEELS. They have located War in the house they occupied themselves and have given him full power to do with you exactly as he pleases; then they went as high up as ever they could, so as to see no more of your fights and to hear no more of your prayers.
SERVANT What were they doing up there?
" PISTHETAERUS Now whatever are these cursed parchments? f 1 Nicias, the famous Athenian general. and at that pike-maker, who has just farted in yon sword-cutler's face. the eagles, the vultures, the crows. EPOPS Name me one of these then. Then there are the gods, who come to make Aristophanes sort of agreement with the new city because they have created a bottleneck for sacrifices coming from earth.
LEADER OF THE CHORUS There! Aristophanes 'Twas really not worth Epops' while to go and bury himself in the thicket like a plover when a-hatching. EUELPIDES Here is the kingfisher.
All hasten to sell their warm tunic and to buy some light clothing.
EUELPIDES Here's another bird with a crest.
She detests that framer of subtleties and quibbles.