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Miles Gloriosus. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.
(10) Antonio Sanchez Jimenez, "Del miles gloriosus al figuron: los origenes de la comedia de figuron en La contienda de Diego Garcia de Paredes y el capitan Juan de Urbina (1600), de Lope de Vega," en Luciano Garcia Lorenzo (coord.): El figuron." texto y puesta en escena, Madrid: Fundamentos, 2007, pp.
(51.) On the evolution of Tertullian's views, see also Hans von Campenhausen, Tradition and Life in the Church (Philadelphia: Fortress, 1963), 160-70 ("Military Service in the Early Church"), and Stephen Gero, "Miles Gloriosus." Gero's essay is a highly nuanced examination of Tertullian's increasingly rigorist position.
Occupying a category all their own are the fear-inducing thighs of Philip Quast's feather-festooned Miles Gloriosus, who strides on late in the first act with absurd conviction and that amazing voice, which ends up playing second fiddle to a physique that, frankly, doesn't seem altogether possible.
(25.) Plautus, Miles Gloriosus. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Mason Hammond, Arthur M.
Parolles is acknowledged as part miles gloriosus, part parasite, and all rogue.
The beginning point centers around the plays of Plautus, especially Menaechmi, Amphitruo, Mostellaria, Captivi, Miles Gloriosus, Casina, and Rudens, and of Terence, especially Andria, Eunuchus, Hecyra, and Adelphoe.
In 1567 Le Brave, ou Taillebras , Baif's lively adaptation of Plautus' Miles gloriosus, was played at court and published.
Considered by many to be one of Shakespeare's finest creations, by some to be his greatest, Falstaff is a plump fruit from the stem of the "Miles Gloriosus" of Plautus.
Falstaff is a monumentally self - indulgent braggart, the culmination of a line that can be traced back to Plautus's Miles Gloriosus and the capitano of the commedia dell ' arte.
Manternach has made solo appearances with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and Cleveland Chamber Symphony, among others, and his stage credits range from Eisenstein in Die Fledermaus to Miles Gloriosus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum to Belmonte in Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail (Sankt Anton, Austria).
Philocomasium in Miles Gloriosus can serve as an example of one way such a situation might arise.