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THE DRAMATIC VALUES IN PLAUTUS

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THE DRAMATIC VALUES IN PLAUTUS
This investigation was prompted by the abiding conviction that Plautus as
a dramatic artist has been from time immemorial misunderstood. In his
progress through the ages he has been like a merry clown rollicking
amongst people with a hearty invitation to laughter, and has been rewarded
by commendation for his services to morality and condemnation for his
buffoonery.

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