By Aristophanes

The traditional Classics sequence offers eReaders with the knowledge of the Classical international, with either English translations and the unique Latin and Greek texts. This entire booklet provides the whole works of the Athenian playwright Aristophanes, with appealing illustrations, informative introductions and the standard Delphi bonus fabric. (Version 1)
* fantastically illustrated with photographs on the subject of Aristophanes’ lifestyles and works
* positive factors the whole extant performs of Aristophanes, in either English translation and the unique Greek
* Concise introductions to the comedies
* photographs of latest Greek artwork which have been encouraged through Aristophanes’ works
* very good formatting of the texts
* simply find the performs or works you need to learn with person contents tables
* positive aspects bonus biographies - detect Aristophanes’ historic world
* Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres

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Machen Sie sich keine Sorgen, Herr Glöckler! « Ich dachte, mir fällt der Lachs vom Schnittchen! Dann kam sie mit irgendwelchen Theorien des »Umpolens«, die sie vermutlich in irgendwelchen Nazi-Nachschlagewerken aufgegabelt hatte. Kerstin lief hochrot an und versuchte, das Gespräch auf ein unverfängliches Thema zu lenken, doch zu spät: Plötzlich schrie mich die sogenannte »Psychologin« sogar noch an. « Daraufhin habe ich mich umgedreht und die Party verlassen. Eine Idee, die nicht gefährlich ist, verdient es nicht, überhaupt Idee genannt zu werden.

Auf Tante Katharinas Dachboden, den ich jetzt endlich ganz offiziell betreten durfte, suchte ich mir einige schicke Stücke aus: einen verspielten Beistelltisch, eine bauchige Kommode, silberne Kerzenleuchter aus der Truhe, Spiegel, ein kleines Sofa und noch einiges mehr. Was ich hier nicht fand, entdeckte ich auf dem Speicher des Gasthofs oder im Haus meiner Großmutter in Illingen. Das Ergebnis konnte sich sehen lassen: Mein kleines Domizil sah fast aus wie eine Mini-Ausgabe von Anitas Stadtvilla.

November konnten wir einziehen. Jetzt hatten wir also einen Laden. Uns fehlte ohne unsere bisherigen Brotjobs allerdings das Geld hinten und vorne. Aber wir waren kreativ. Ich spendete einen meiner Kronleuchter für die Decke und besorgte einen alten Tisch und einen antiken Schrank mit wunderschönen Schnitzereien bei Tante Katharina. Der ehemals bis zum Bersten gefüllte Speicher wurde immer leerer, aber sie sagte nur: »Ich bin froh, wenn die alten Sachen zu neuen Ehren kommen. « Um die Ware an den Wänden unterzubringen, besorgten wir uns die günstigsten Regale in Naturholz und lackierten sie in schlichtem Weiß.

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