- Author:Martin Revermann
- Publisher:Cambridge University Press (August 11, 2014)
- Pages:522 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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Series: Cambridge Companions to Literature
Series: Cambridge Companions to Literature. Recommend to librarian. This Companion offers not just an introduction to comedy but a useful guide to the scholarship on comedy. This volume is considerably more ambitious and authoritative than many so-called Companions. It immediately establishes itself as the standard work on Greek comedy, and it will be widely read and consulted by students and scholars alike. It is one of the most interesting books on Greek drama to have appeared for many years, and it conveys a clearer sense of what komoidia was than any other introductory study of the genre.
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Martin Revermann is Professor of Classics and Theatre Studies at the University of Toronto. He is the author of Comic Business: Theatricality, Dramatic Technique and Performance Contexts of Aristophanic Comedy (2006).