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'Sic Notus Ulixes?' by Nicholas Richards - additional information.

'Sic Notus Ulixes?' by Nicholas Richards
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Period and Geography
Location: Greece. Time Period: Ancient
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Set Requirements: No Set
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Miscellaneous notes from the author
Humorous Homeric epic in a fifteen minute play aimed at beginners' classes in Latin!
Three scenes from the story of Ulysses' homecoming translated from the original Greek (*) and thoroughly mangled and distorted for dramatic presentation. Narrated by the original poet himself.
* Whilst the above summary notes the translation from Greek, it does not note what it is translated into. In this case, it's Latin (which itself is translated - or at least clarified - into English by the narrator).


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