Pompeii. House of Menander. Painting of poet. Photo by Leo C. Curran .

Loeb Menander I, II and III.

"The Grouch (Dyskolos) by Menander: An Example of Greek New Comedy" by Norine Polio (Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute)

Menander bibliography by John Porter, from Greek and Roman Drama: A Bibliography.

Web Archive Review of Menander, The Bad-Tempered Man (Dyskolos), edited, with translation and commentary by Stanley Ireland. Reviewed by John R. Porter in Didaskalia 3.1.

"The translation is fluid and generally true to the spirit of the Greek. Ireland has a talent for the well-turned phrase that nicely captures the sense of the original, but he does not attempt a strictly literal rendering."

Reviewed by Heinz-Gunther Nesselrath, BMCR 96.4.6.

Amazon. Menander, edited and translated Palmer Bovie, Shelia D'Atri, Richard Elman, and David R. Slavitt. Inclues "The Grouch," "Desperately Seeking Justice," "Closely Cropped Locks," "the Girl from Samos," "the Shield." (Penn Greek Drama Series)

Reviewed by Wilfred E. Major, BMCR 99.3.8.

"Anyone, scholar, student, teacher, or conscientious and curious reader, faces a daunting if not impossible task in determining where Menander ends and modern interpolation begins in this volume. The translation has line numbers corresponding only to the translation itself, with no correspondence to any other line numbering system anywhere."Selection from Sheila D'Atri's translation of The Grouch (Dysocos)

"Family Values: Menander's Epitrepontes Reconstructed," translation/reconstruction by Sallie Goetsch for Hugh Denard's course "Ancient Theatre on the Modern Stage" (University of Warwick)

When a Young Man Falls in Love : The Sexual Exploitation of Women in New Comedy by Vincent J. Rosivach (expensive!).

Review of Vincent J. Rosivach's When a Young Man Falls in Love: The Sexual Exploitation of Women in New Comedy by Z.M. Packman, Scholia Reviews ns 8 (1999) 12.

"Menander's New Comedy" a section from Sanderson Beck's web-essay "Ethics of the Hellenistic Era."

"From Courtesans to Cleopatra: The Portrayal of Women in Hellenistic Art and Literature" student essay by unknown author. Citations from Menander and Theocritus.

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