By Plautus, John Henderson
'Asinaria' unearths the play as a key to Roman social family established on many sorts of slavery: to intercourse, cash, and relatives constitution; to masculinity and social status; to senility and partying; and to jokes, lies, and idiocy. This paintings comprises entire statement, necessary indexes, and a pronunciation consultant.
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If a nipple gets fondled, that’s no skin off the bird-catcher’s nose. If a kiss gets snatched, he can just bag him, and no need 225 for a net. You have forgotten this stuff, after being so long in the school? That’s your fault. Expelling your pupil halfway through the syllabus. Come back, don’t be shy . —when, if, you get the finance. For now: so long. No, wait. Listen. Say, what do you reckon fair to pay you, for her, for her to go with no one else this year? For you? 230 Twenty minae. Plus this condition: should someone else fetch ’em first, it’s bye bye you.
Meantime, shall entertain him, if he happens to get here 370 first. Answer me this. Whassup? If my fist lands a punch bang on your jaw, in a mo’, when I’ll be playing “Saurea,” mind you won’t get cross. Lord, you’ll mind you don’t lay finger on me, not if you got any sense, case you find you changed your name on a day when the omens are bad. Please take it. In fairness. Same goes: you take it. When . — 375 I hit you back. I’m saying how it must go. I’m saying too, lord, how I shall go. Don’t say no.
His order was, we can take his steward or we can take his 365 wife, and swindle ’em. He said he would back us up, the same either way. Now. You. Off to the mall to master, tell how we’re going to act. LEO LIB LEO LIB LEO LIB LEO LIB LEO LIB LEO You’re going to stop being Leonida, you’re steward Saurea, till merchantman fetches us cash for asses. I’ll do what I’m told. I. Meantime, shall entertain him, if he happens to get here 370 first. Answer me this. Whassup? If my fist lands a punch bang on your jaw, in a mo’, when I’ll be playing “Saurea,” mind you won’t get cross.
Asinaria: The One about the Asses (Wisconsin Studies in Classics) by Plautus, John Henderson