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When A Young Man Falls in Love examines the plays of New Comedy to reveal how the sexual relationships between the male and female protagonists are essentially exploitative. When A Young Man Falls in Love poses important questions about the dramatic portrayal of women in the Greek and Roman worlds. Among the plays discussed are: Menander, The Bad-Tempered Man and The Samian Woman Caecilius, The Little Necklace and The Wet-Nurse Plautus, The Pot of Gold and The Rope Terence, The Borthers and The Eunuch.
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