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  1. Word Order and Meaning in the Determiner Phrases ΕΓΩ ΟΔΕ and ΟΔΕ ΕΓΩ.David J. Jacobson - 2017 - Hermes 145 (3):317-338.
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    Menander, Dyscolvs 750: A Note on Staging.David J. Jacobson - 2017 - Classical Quarterly 67 (1).
    In a recent article, I discussed vocative uses of οὗτος in the works of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides and Aristophanes, showing that there are two types of vocatives: ‘calls’, which are utterance-initial and directed at one whose attention is turned elsewhere, and ‘addresses’, which are non-initial, employed by a speaker who is already conversing with a hearer, and typically indicate a speaker's annoyance at the hearer. Menander uses οὗτος as a vocative in the same ways as the other dramatic poets, but (...)
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    Aristophanes, Wealth 227–9.David J. Jacobson - 2013 - Classical Quarterly 63 (1):417-419.
    This note concerns the meaning of the phrase μελήσει ταῦτα and the anomalous use of the singular demonstrative pronoun in Aristophanes, Wealth 229. Although the manuscripts are unanimous in their readings, I argue that the paradosis should be emended to μελήσει ταῦτα.
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