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Definition of Aristophanic

Aristophanic
Aristophanic Ar`is*to*phan"ic, a. Of or pertaining to Aristophanes, the Athenian comic poet.

Meaning of Aristophanic from wikipedia

- and orators competing for the po****r vote. The resourceful hero: In Aristophanic comedy, the hero is an independent-minded and self-reliant individual...
- are suggestions that the dance existed in ancient Greece, known as the Aristophanic dance Cordax. Nowadays it is to be found not only in Greece and Turkey...
- mutual regard. He described The Apple Cart to Elgar as "a scandalous Aristophanic burlesque of democratic politics, with a brief but shocking **** interlude"...
- Socratic behaviours later described more sympathetically by Plato. The Aristophanic Socrates is much more interested in physical speculations than is Plato's...
- 1932 in a small book under the title Sweeney Agonistes: Fragments of an Aristophanic Melodrama. The scenes are frequently performed together as a one-act...
- ref=harv (link) Olson, S. Douglas (January 1992), "Names and Naming in Aristophanic Comedy", The Cl****ical Quarterly, The Cl****ical ****ociation, 42 (2):...
- repertoire in Britain are the Norfolk Rhapsody No 1 (1905–1906), The Wasps, Aristophanic suite—particularly the overture (1909), the English Folk Song Suite (1923)...
- Dillon, Matthew (1995). "By Gods, Tongues, and Dogs: The Use of Oaths in Aristophanic Comedy". Greece & Rome. Second Series. 42 (2): 135–151. doi:10.1017/s0017383500025584...
- chronologically by first edition. Sweeney Agonistes: Fragments of an Aristophanic Melodrama. London: Faber. 1932. The Rock: A Pageant Play. London: Faber...
- dionysiac elegiac cl****ic tragedy pathos scapegoat Comic apollonian idyllic aristophanic Menandic sadism Thematic scripture chronicle nationalism individualism...
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