Table of contents for Slaves and slavery in ancient Greek comic drama / edited by Ben Akrigg and Rob Tordoff.
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1. Introduction: slaves and slavery in ancient Greek comedy Rob Tordoff; 2. Slaves and politics in early Aristophanic comedy S. Douglas Olson; 3. Slavery, drama and the alchemy of identity in Aristophanes Susan Lape; 4. Slaves in the fragments of old comedy Donald Sells; 5. Aristophanes, slaves and history Ben Akrigg; 6. A comedy of errors: the comic slave in Greek art Kelly Wrenhaven; 7. Menander's slaves: the banality of violence David Konstan; 8. Coping with punishment: the social networking of slaves in Menander Cheryl Cox; 9. Sex slaves in new comedy C. W. Marshall; 10. 'Phlyax' slaves: from vase to stage? Kathryn Bosher; 11. Tokens of identity in Menander's Epitrepontes: slaves, citizens and in-betweens Christina Vester.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Greek drama (Comedy) -- History and criticism.
Slavery in literature.