Exits and Entrances in Menander.
Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1988. X,125p. Cloth wrps. Review from Niall W. Slater loosely inserted. Nice copy. 'By examining systematically the exits and entrances in Menander's comedies F. has been able to work out the comic poet's code of practices and conventions, which may then be used to explain individual passages and at times to resolve difficult problems of interpretation. (...). F. opens with a chapter which discusses some general conventions (the three-actor rule, use of mutes) and categorises types of entry and exit in ten plays (...). Intelligent, sensitive and well-argued discussions abound (...) and there are some attractive insights.' (W. GEOFFREY ARNOTT in The Classical Review (New Series), 1989, p.385-86). From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott.