2400 Jokes to Brighten Your Speeches by Robert Orben

By Robert Orben

Countless numbers of jokes supply a funny standpoint on airways, paintings, activities, gardening, motels, university, urban existence, the government, inventory industry, marriage, playing, and the economy

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54 See the detailed discussions in DTC 292–328; Whittaker. 20 Introduction as they enter), and the exodos (sung or recited by the chorus as they exit) are all standard elements in tragedy, from which they may have been borrowed, like the iambic trimeter in which most of the dialogue is written. The parabasis, on the other hand, is unique to comedy and consists of seven standard elements:55 1. The kommation (a line or two of transitional remarks, in Aristophanes’ plays often addressed to the characters as they exit the stage).

67d (citing Didymus on Ar. Pl. 720). 75 76 Introduction 29 κωμικα (Comic Expressions),79 which was used by the first-century ad lexicographer Pamphilus, whose massive lexicon (now lost) was an important source for Hesychius. 81 Didymus’ commentary probably did not survive this period. g. A22; B6–B8; B12; C14. 1–4; D11; H16), as well as of invaluable––if frequently garbled––information of other sorts. Most of the other comic book-fragments come from Roman- or Byzantine-era authors writing on specialized topics of one sort or another, and the source of their quotations seems once again generally to be Hellenistic scholarship rather than the texts of the plays themselves.

See also Luppe, ZPE 46 (1982), 147–59; ZPE 54 (1984), 15–16; Nikephoros, 1 (1988), 185–9; Rosen, ZPE 76 (1989), 223– 8; Storey, Drama, 12 (2002), 146–67. 53 See in general DFA 95–9; Marshall and van Willigenburg, JHS 124 (2004), 90–107. 54 See the detailed discussions in DTC 292–328; Whittaker. 20 Introduction as they enter), and the exodos (sung or recited by the chorus as they exit) are all standard elements in tragedy, from which they may have been borrowed, like the iambic trimeter in which most of the dialogue is written.

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