Eupolis


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Eupolis

(yo͞o`pəlĭs), fl. 430–411 B.C., Athenian comic poet. He seems to have collaborated with Aristophanes, whom he also attacked; another of his victims was Alcibiades. His plays, satirical and malicious, were greatly admired by the ancients. Fragments of his work survive.
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En Aristofanes, Ranas situa a Caronte dentro de su barca en las aguas del Hades y habria habido barcos tambien en Taxiarcos de Eupolis, Los hombres-hormiga (Myrmekanthropoi) de Ferecrates y Odiseos de Cratino (10).
Y este elemento de burla contra particulares se mantiene en la comedia antigua de Eupolis y Aristofanes.
Corredoira hace un juego paranomasico entre Connos y conos, para pasar a hablarnos de otros personajes como Eupolis, Hipon o Diogenes de Apolonia, de Erasmo de Rotterdam, y desarrolla la relacion de Alcibiades y Socrates.
The focus on the eroticism of the piper can be found in the self-contradictory sense of the non-instrumentalist female piper (see Eupolis 184 K-A).
Eupolis atque Cratinus Aristophanesque poetae atque alii quorum comoedia prisca virorum est, si quis erat dignus describi quod malus ac fur, quod moechus foret aut sicarius aut alioqui famosus, multa cum libertate notabant, hinc omnis pendet Lucilius.
Eupolis atque Cratinus Aristophanesque poetae atque alii quorum eomoedia prisea virorum est, si quis erat dignus deseribi quod malus ae fur, quod moeehus foret aut siearius aut alioqui famosus, multa eum libertate notabant.
82) Eupolis in his [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] K-A 107, (83) pictured the politician and dithyramb poet Cinesias being followed by two trees:
Ciceron lo consigue en un pasaje del Orator (9, 29), en que habia atribuido erroneamente a Eupolis un fragmento de los Acarnesi de Aristofanes (29).
13) Plutarco la ejemplifica en este lugar citando unos versos del comediografo Eupolis (c.
Aristofanes, en Las nubes (551), acusa a Eupolis de haber plagiado una comedia suya: "Agrego solamente una vieja bien borracha", que "ya Frinico la habia inventado".
Rodriguez (2004: 119) recuerda que esta trama de una bajada a los infiernos en busca de muertos utiles a la ciudad es anterior a la version aristofanea, pues la emplearon, por ejemplo: Eupolis, Ferecrates y Cratino.
Who can show cause why th'ancient comic vein Of Eupolis and Cratinus (now reviv'd, Subject to personal application) Should be exploded by some bitter spleens, Yet merely comical and harmless jests (Though ne'er so witty) be esteem'd but toys, If void of th'other satirism's sauce?