Dyscolus

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Dyscolus (Graece: Δύσκολος) est comoedia a poëta Graeco Menandro scripta, Athenis anno 317/316 a.C.n. (archonte Demogene) transacta in feriis Lenaeis et praemio laureata.[1] Huius ludi medio aevo deperditi textus manuscriptus fere completus, in Aegypto repertus, anno 1959 editus est.[2]

Scaena fabulae iuxta fanum Panis in demo Phyle Atticae est. Deus ipse Pan prologum pronuntiat.

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Editiones et versiones
  • 1959 (editio fragmentorum ante papyrum divulgatum parata) : Alfredus Koerte, Menandri quae supersunt: pars altera (ed. 2a. Lipsiae: Teubner) pp. 51-55; cf. "addenda" ad p. 293
  • 1958 (sed mense Martio 1959 divulgatum) : Victor Martin, Papyrus Bodmer IV. Cologny-Genève: Bibliothèque Bodmer (Graece)
  • 1960 : C. Diano, Menandro, Dyskolos, ovvero sia Il Selvatico, testo e traduzione. Patavii: Antenore (Graece, Italiane)
  • 1960 : Jean Bingen, Menander, Dyskolos, critical edition. Lugduni Batavorum: Brill, 1960
  • 1960 : H. Lloyd-Jones, Menandri Dyscolus. Oxonii: e typogr. Clarendoniano (Scriptorum Classicorum bibliotheca Oxoniensis) (Graece)
  • 1963 : Jean-Marie Jacques, Ménandre, tome 12. Le Dyscolos. Lutetiae: Les Belles Lettres, 1963 (Collection des universités de France) (Graece, Francogallice)
  • 1965 : E. W. Handley, ed., The Dyskolos of Menander. Londinii: Methuen. Reimpressum: Bristol Classical Press, 1992 (Graece)
  • 1966 : Ernst R. Lehmann-Leander, Wolfgang Tilgner, interprr., "Menander: Der alte Griesgram" in Eberhard Rechenberg, ed., Griechische Komödien: Aristophanes, Menander (Lipsiae: Dieterich'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung) (Theodisce)
  • 1967 : Walter Hofmann et al., interprr., Antike Komödien. Aristophanes, Menander, Plautus, Terenz. Berolini: Aufbau (Theodisce)
  • 1967 (versio imperfecta) : Guy Davenport, interpr., "Menander: Dyskolos 1-49, 233-426" in Arion vol. 6 no. 2 (1967) pp. 169-178 (Anglice)
  • 1972 : F. H. Sandbach, ed., Menandri reliquiae selectae. Oxonii: e typogr. Clarendoniano (Scriptorum Classicorum bibliotheca Oxoniensis). Ed. correctior, 1976. 2a ed., 1990 (Graece)
  • 1974 (versio imperfecta) : Klaus Eder, ed., Antike Komödie. Aristophanes, Menander, Plautus, Terenz. Monaci: Deutscher Taschenbuchverlag (Theodisce)
  • 1979 : W. G. Arnott, ed. et interpr., Menander. Vol. 1. Cantabrigiae Massachusettensium: Harvard University Press (Loeb Classical Library) (Graece, Anglice)
  • 1987 : Norma Miller, interpr., Menander: Plays and fragments. Londinii: Penguin (Anglice)
  • 1995 : S. Ireland, ed., Menander: The Bad-Tempered Man. Warminster: Aris & Phillips, 1995
  • 2001 : Maurice Balme, interpr., Menander: The plays and fragments. Oxonii: Oxford University Press. (Anglice)
  • 2007 : Qi Peng, interpr., The Grouchy Guy [Dyskolos]. White Rook. (Anglice)
Nuntii de papyro reperto, de primis editionibus
Eruditio
  • W. Geoffrey Arnott, "A Study in Relationships: Alexis' "Lebes," Menander's "Dyskolos," Plautus' "Aulularia"" in Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica n.s. vol. 33 (1989) pp. 27-38 JSTOR
  • P. G. McC. Brown, "The Construction of Menander's Dyskolos, Acts I-IV" in Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik vol. 94 (1992) pp. 8-20 JSTOR
  • Cheryl Anne Cox, "Is Sostratus' Family Urban in Menander's "Dyskolos"?" in Classical Journal vol. 97 (2002) pp. 351-358 JSTOR
  • Elizabeth Craik, "Double-entendre in Menander's "Dyskolos"" in Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica vol. 69, No. 3 (2001) pp. 47-51 JSTOR
  • Sander Goldberg, The making of Menander's comedy (Londinii: Athlone Press, 1980) pp. 72-91 (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)
  • A. W. Gomme, F. H. Sandbach, Menander: a commentary. Oxonii: Clarendon Press, 1973
  • K. Haegemans, "Character Drawing in Menander's "Dyskolos": Misanthropy and Philanthropy" in Mnemosyne vol. 54 (2001) pp. 675-696 JSTOR
  • Ippokratis Kantzios, "Old Pan and New Pan in Menander's Dyskolos" in Classical Journal vol. 106 (2010) pp. 23-42 JSTOR
  • Susan Lape, "Gender in Menander's comedy" in A. Petrides, S. Papaioannou, edd., New perspectives on postclassical comedy (Novo Castro, 2010) pp. 51-78
  • Susan Lape, Reproducing Athens: Menander's comedy, democratic culture, and the Hellenistic city. Princetoniae: Princeton University Press, 2004. (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)
  • Susan Lape, "The Poetics of the "Kōmos"-Chorus in Menander's Comedy" in American Journal of Philology vol. 127 (2006) pp. 89-109 JSTOR
  • J. H. Quincey et al., Notes on the Dyskolos of Menander. 1959
  • Vincent J. Rosivach, "Class Matters in the "Dyskolos" of Menander" in Classical Quarterly vol. 51 (2001) pp. 127-134 JSTOR
  • F. Stoessl, Menander: Dyskolos. Kommentar. Paderborn: Schöningh, 1965
  • Ariana Traill, "Knocking on Knemon's Door: Stagecraft and Symbolism in the "Dyskolos"" in Transactions of the American Philological Association vol. 131 (2001) pp. 87-108 JSTOR
  • Yannis Z. Tzifopoulos, "Proverbs in Menander's "Dyskolos": The Rhetoric of Popular Wisdom" in Mnemosyne 4a ser. vol. 48 (1995) pp. 169-177 JSTOR
  • Friedrich Zucker, ed., Menanders Dyskolos als Zeugnis seiner Epoche. Berolini: Akademie-Verlag, 1965
De cena et convivio
  • Joan Burton, "Women's Commensality in the Ancient Greek World" in Greece & Rome vol. 45 (1998) pp. 143-165 JSTOR
  • Sean Corner, "Did Respectable Women Attend Symposia?" in Greece & Rome vol. 59 (2012) pp. 34-45
De anno et contextu historico
  • William M. Owens, "The Political Topicality of Menander's Dyskolos" in American Journal of Philology vol. 132 (2011) pp. 349-378
  • R. K. Sherk, "The date of Menander's Dyscolus" in Arethusa vol. 1 (1968) pp. 103-108
  • David Wiles, "Menander's 'Dyskolos' and Demetrios of Phaleron's Dilemma: A Study of the Play in Its Historical Context - The Trial of Phokion, the Ideals of a Moderate Oligarch, and the Rancour of the Disfranchized" in Greece & Rome vol. 31 (1984) pp. 170-180 JSTOR

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