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Some elements of Menander"s style
John Stanley Feneron
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Click on the book chapter title to read more. SOME ELEMENTS OF MENANDER'S STYLE SOME ELEMENTS OF MENANDER'S STYLE Feneron, John S. This paper deals with three elements of Menanderâ s style that have seemed to me to provide his most regular means of expressing emotion, (1) sound repetition, (2) verbal repetition, (3) the oath.â I should also say that my interest in Menanderâ s style.
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