The Continuity of the Chorus in Fourth-Century Attic Comedy
Originally published in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies: http://grbs.library.duke.edu/index.
Did the chorus disappear in the fourth century? Not exactly. An expanded version of this article appeared as a chapter in Gregory W. Dobrov, ed. Beyond Aristophanes: Transition and Diversity in Greek Comedy. American Classical Studies 38. Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press/American Philological Association, 1995, pp. 99-118.
Kenneth S. Rothwell Jr.. "The Continuity of the Chorus in Fourth-Century Attic Comedy" Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 33.3 (1992): 209-225.
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