By Peter Murphy
1964 brings clean demanding situations to Ben Schroeder, now a member of chambers headed through Bernard Wesley quality control. A relationship couple were attacked at the banks of the River Ouse close to Ely. the scoop of thrashing, rape and homicide quickly develop into January's sensational headlines. Schroeder is named to help the defence yet lead quality control, Martin Hardcastle, has a name that is going earlier than him. because the strain mounts, speak of alcoholism fills the court docket with Hardcastle's repeated absences and possible reckless activities risking the help of his staff. And whilst a surprise choice is made, it's left to Ben and his colleague, Jess, to house the implications. With the case drawing mass media realization and public opinion turning opposed to capital punishment, Schroeder needs to once more face the bias, scandal and corruption of the brutal court docket truth and its verdict at the destiny of a man's existence.
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212, Dig. 37 pr. Cf. —Evidence for the performance of whole plays: Under Nero, Afranius’ Incendium, a togata, was performed (Suet. 2), and tragic and comic performances of unspeciWed plays are mentioned (Leppin (1992: 25f. with n. 8): Apul. Flor. 4; Tert. Spect. 7; Nat. ; Novat. Spect. 7; Aug. Civ. 8; Claud. ); On imperial tragedy performances cf. ). ); Weismann (1972: 46)). , 1616, 1637, 1870, 4555, 5417, 8564, 8581 mention the name Menedemerumenus, perhaps a calque of Menedemus and Heautontimoroumenos—Jocelyn (1988: 60 n.
Or p. ); fabulae togatae and Atellanae are more to his taste for their verbal experimentations. 91 86 Terence’s name occurs only in a conjecture p. 133 (in the Letter to M. Antoninus de eloquentia), where the text reads ‘sublimis Lucretius, mediocris Pacuvius’, and Warren, cited in van den Hout (1988), would like to read, ‘sublimis Lucretius,
No pantomime libretto is extant. On pantomimes as primarily responsible for the widespread knowledge of tragedy plots amongst the masses cf. ). 11 Rohde (1914: 270 n. 2-1876: 251 n. g. Antonios Diogenes, cf. Photios cod. ). g. Antonios Diogenes’ novel ‘dramatic’, äæÆìÆôØŒüí, (cod. 166. 109a7, cf. 111b30), cf. Rohde (1914: 376 with n. 1 ¼ 1876: 350 n. 1). Dramatic elements may be found in the novels, and in the case of Antonios Diogenes it seems that the same author claims to have composed works of both genres, which may either refer to his novel itself, or to the composing of drama besides the novel.