EY OIΔ A and OYΔ E EI∑: cases of Hiatus

Classical Quarterly 12 (02):239- (1962)
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There are in iambic trimeters a number of examples of hiatus where is followed by forms of , mainly in Comedy but also in Tragedy. These are notable because they fall outside the usual range of hiatus in drama, which covers passages with interrogative and , invocatory exclamations such as , and interjections. The use seems to deserve closer attention



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