Timon of Athens

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Timon of Athens est tragoedia Gulielmi Shakesperii. (cum Thomas Middleton scripta ese potest) Haec fabula de vita Timonis Atheniensis, philosophus Scepticismi more misanthropiae fortasse scripta est annis fere 1604-1605 (sed hoc incertum est) et primum in editione in folio (titulo Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories & Tragedies) anno 1623 edita.

Verbum quod pecuniam odium putat stat in Actione IV Scena III quod Carolus Marx in suo libro De Capitali citat.[1]

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  1. "Gold! yellow, glittering persious gold! Thus much of this, will make black white; foul, fair; Wrong, right; base noble; old, young; coward, vilaint. ... What this, you gods! Why this Will lug your priests and servants from your side; Pluck stout men's pillows from below their heads. This yellow slave Will knit and break religions; bless the accurs'd; Make the hoar leprosy ador'd; place thieves And give them title, knee and approbation With senators of the bench; this is it, That makes the wappen'd widow wed again ... Come damned earth, Thou common whore of mankind." ex Das Kapital, Volumen I, Sectio I, Caput III

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Timon of Athens : Index personarum
Gulielmus Shakesperius
Timon, nobilis Atheniensis · Lucius, Lucullus et Sempronius, domini assentatores · Ventidius, Timonis falsus amicus · Apemantus, philosophus asper et avarus · Alcibiades, dux Atheniensis · Flavius, ministrator Timonis · Flaminius, Lucilius, et Servilius, servi Timonis · Caphis, Philotus, Titus, Lucius et Hortensius, servi Timonis creditorum · Ventidii servi · Varronis et Isidori (Timonis creditorum) servi · Tres advenae · Senex Atheniensis · Pagius · Scurra · Poeta, pictor, aurifex et mercator

Phrynia et Timandra, Alcibiadis amatrices

Domini, senatores, praepositi, milites, fures, et ministri


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