Table of contents for Looking at laughter : humor, power, and transgression in Roman visual culture, 100 B.C.-A.D. 250 / John R. Clarke.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction	000
Part One Visual Humor	000
1. Words or Images? Degrees of Visuality in Roman Humor
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2. Funny Faces; Onstage and Off	000
3. Double Takes	000
4. Apotropaic Laughter	000
Part Two Social Humor	000
5. Power over the Other; or the Other's Power? Laughing at 
the Pygmy and the Aethiops	000
6. Who's Laughing? Modern Scholars and Ancient Viewers in 
Class Conflict	000
7. Parody in Elite Visual Culture at Pompeii: Heroes, Gods, 
and Foundation Myths	000
Part Three Sexual Humor	000
8. Sexual Humor and the Gods	000
9. Laughing at Human Sexual Folly	000
Conclusion	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
List of Illustrations	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Wit and humor in art.
Arts, Roman.