: Querolus, by an anonimous author, and Aulularia, by Vitale from Blois, were both inspired by Plautus’ Aulularia, though both perform events that are subsequent to the Plautine plot. The paper highlights similarities and differences, particularly in some characters of Querolus (Mandrogerus, the parasite, is reminiscent of Terence’s Gnatho in Eunuchus; Pantomalus, the servus, shares many fatures with Plautine slaves) and of Vitale’s Aulularia (especially Sardana and Gnatho)

Un insolito triangolo letterario: Plauto, Querolus e Vitale di Blois / Minarini, Alessandra. - In: PAIDEIA. - ISSN 0030-9435. - 72:(2017), pp. 627-636. [10.1400/254565]

Un insolito triangolo letterario: Plauto, Querolus e Vitale di Blois

Alessandra Minarini
2017-01-01

Abstract

: Querolus, by an anonimous author, and Aulularia, by Vitale from Blois, were both inspired by Plautus’ Aulularia, though both perform events that are subsequent to the Plautine plot. The paper highlights similarities and differences, particularly in some characters of Querolus (Mandrogerus, the parasite, is reminiscent of Terence’s Gnatho in Eunuchus; Pantomalus, the servus, shares many fatures with Plautine slaves) and of Vitale’s Aulularia (especially Sardana and Gnatho)
Un insolito triangolo letterario: Plauto, Querolus e Vitale di Blois / Minarini, Alessandra. - In: PAIDEIA. - ISSN 0030-9435. - 72:(2017), pp. 627-636. [10.1400/254565]
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