Terence


His association ... translating. pg. 12

Lucius Furius Philus; Gaius Luvilius; Gaius Lucilius (Sapiens); Panaetius of Rhodes; Saint-Beuve

A young man ... Terence himself. pg. 16

The portrait ... its audience. pg. 19

mimes, burlesques, Atelline Farce; Addison, Fielding, Erasmus - Adages

Andria

There is something ... my concern." pg. 28

You know that ... ingratitude. pg. 41

As soon as ... you unpopular. pg. 42

the victim of ... in marriage. pg. 42

Well, he may ... plotting anything. pg. 45

There's gossip ... of course. pg. 46

Any man with ... a wife. pg. 47

Then if he ... decision. pg. 47

or if the whim ... the mill. pg. 48

the woman drinks ... elsewhere. pg. 48

I was staggered ... against him? pg. 50

I doesn't take ... minds. pg. 50

She was formed ... by you. pg. 50

you see this ... in everything. pg. 51

Up to now ... differently. pg. 52

I must try ... defeat. pg. 52

I don't want ... expect it. pg. 53

heaven knows my hopes have come to nothing more often than not. pg. 56

Tell your father ...luck may turn. pg. 57

Mind you keep your wits about you. pg. 58

You can't trust anyone in anything! It's quite true what you're always hearing, that no one thinks of anyone but himself. pg. 59

It was an affair of his youth, sir, which he only carried on as long as he could, and what's more, he kept it dark and took care his reputation shouldn't suffer, as a decent man should. Now it's time he took a wife and a wife he's got in mind. pg. 60

The fact is, Lesbia, as you said, there is scarcely a man to be found who'll stay faithful to a woman. pg. 61

How do you ... together. pg. 65

Don't beg ... by the facts. pg. 65

lovers' ... your path. pg. 65

set about ... that girl. pg. 67

[crucifixtion] pg. 69

For men to ... my feelings. pg. 69

I was only ... my own! pg. 70

This way ... right. pg. 71

[romance] pg. 72

nothing lasts ... her before. pg. 74

Why don't you ... conscience. pg. 75

You can't ... that. pg. 76

as well as ... like. pg. 79

She was ... penniless. pg. 79

I must beg ... unjust demands. pg. 79

All these schemes ... stop. pg. 80

An old man ... talking. pg. 81

Just let him ... as I can. pg. 84

A father ... faults. pg. 84

Do you expect ... or false. pg. 85

Oh, I'm beside ... fortune! pg. 86

[Sixty thousand and thirty-six thousand drachmas for dowries] pg. 87

Some people ... the news? pg. 88

Whatever a man ... you were. pg. 91


This is something ... the world. pg. 102

Now listen ... minds. pg. 102

Put yourselves ... than themselves. pg. 102

All the same ... you'd do better. pg. 103

I'm human ... Yes, I do. pg. 104

you can trust ... I can. pg. 104

My goodness ... I deserve. pg. 104

My son fell ... king's army. pg. 105

I come home ... have happened. pg. 106

I forced him ... it now. pg. 107

He brings ... for him. pg. 107

Do stop ... fears. pg. 108

I only wish ... feelings for him. pg. 108

Misery? ... by yourself. pg. 109-110

How unfairly ... but cash. pg. 110

but I'm ... the facts? pg. 111

You forget she's ... a year. pg. 111

they've got ... servants along. pg. 111

servants, jewels, ... came from. pg. 112

where is constancy ... proved false. pg. 112

I mean when ... character. pg. 113

no sign of ... tossed back. pg. 113

please don't ... false hopes. pg. 113

Do you get ... pretences. pg. 114

As soon as ... absence. pg. 114

this is something ... finished. pg. 114

You want a ... which you like. pg. 115

soon you'll be ... never know. pg. 116

if you'll ever ... again. pg. 116

That's a silly ... careless. pg. 116

I simply can't ... none of that. pg. 117

You really have been ... my own. pg. 118

[romance] pg. 118

so I think I ... for his return. pg. 119

He knows he did ... certainly can't. pg. 120

I think the ... the spot. pg. 122

our neighbors ... arbitrate. pg. 123

to think that ... for myself. pg. 123

I'm all right ... dog yet. pg. 124

But he's got ... a penny. pg. 124

do you approve ... at home. pg. 124

of course ... lies. pg. 125

should it ever ... in hand. pg. 125

Clinia has done ... his wishes. pg. 126

Do you call ... man? pg. 127

I'm only ... see it. pg. 127

She makes ... nonsense. pg. 130

First of all, ... these excuses. pg. 130

How can one ... for the child. pg. 131

You might ask ... find out. pg. 132

A man can't ... less. pg. 132

It's sheer .. perfect plan! pg. 132

[romance] pg. 133

That's my prize ... believe it. pg. 134

And what ... falls?" pg. 135

God knows ... him again. pg. 137

It's a true ... hardship. pg. 139

Anything esay ... exhausted. pg. 140

How many ... wealth. pg. 141

But even now ... the end. pg. 143

if you're wise ... sums. pg. 143

I know I'm ... description. pg. 143

There were so ... your own way. pg. 146

Well, at the ... with him. pg. 148

I'll silence ... children. pg. 148

[Despite Chremes's being in good humor saying slaves should sometimes trick their masters earlier and encouraging Syrus, now that he has been tricked he is furious and wants revenge] pg. 148

Has my father ... sympathy. pg. 148

Whatever I've ... try dying. pg. 149

So long as there's ... for meals. pg. 150

Let me tell you ... ground again. pg. 150

Nothing in ... before. pg. 166

If there are ... number. pg. 165


The Eunuch

I can't refuse ... adding to them. pg. 167-168

The mere ... all right. pg. 168

Not a word ... to him. pg. 168

Thus, if only ... have done! pg. 168

I stick to ... tell the truth. pg. 169

Now he's back ... to the girl. pg. 170

I'm alone here ... kindness. pg. 170

You wretched ... a man! pg. 171

In fact ... he's worth. pg. 171

When you told ... me out! pg. 171

If only you ... too soon! pg. 171

Just let ... so kind. pg. 172

That's all then ... me yours. pg. 172

Perhaps he ... the truth. pg. 172

I only wish ... my present. pg. 173

Do you think ... whole days. pg. 173

what a disease ... young man. pg. 174

Ye gods ... foot the bill. pg. 174-175

Do you mean by ... downs. pg. 176

This isn't an ... as I have her. pg. 178

He'll be kicked ... after him. pg. 180

Oh, lucky ... her side. pg. 181

Let me do ... responsibility. pg. 182

It often happens ... a word. pg. 183

All the court ... envious. pg. 183

Less of your ... hounds?' pg. 184

What about this ... elsewhere. pg. 184

Any criticisms? ... volumes. pg. 186

Test him ... slave like this! pg. 186

the more I ... there was a plot. pg. 188

Dare I be ... happiness. pg. 189

[what is it about the passage that is corrupting?] pg. 191

What on earth ... reason? pg. 191

They all went ... asleep. pg. 192

From what I've ... deliberately. pg. 193-194

[When Paedria learns the truth he tries to deceive Pythias to save face] pg. 197-198

Why, if you're ... run off. pg. 198

Damn it all ... things up.' pg. 198

I only want ... coming to us. pg. 200

You must talk ... action. pg. 200

A wise man ... force. pg. 202

Please be ... insulting. pg. 203

She'll soon ... given up. pg. 204

[Thais blaiming Pythias for following her orders that resulted in the girl's being raped] pg. 205

Chaerea .... power of love. pg. 207

You can't have ... believe you. pg. 208

I have found ... salvation. pg. 209

[Castration for adultery, with conditions, under Greek and Roman law] pg. 211

There's one advantage ... the other. pg. 211

It just ... women. pg. 213

it's my own ... squeaking. pg. 214

who deserves most ... continue. pg. 215

the fainter ... love has. pg. 216


Phormio

but of he ... misdeeds. pg. 227

I hear his ... a present. pg. 229

the way things ... we're in! pg. 229

If you can ... deceiving you. pg. 230

who had lured ... bring her back. pg. 230

Never before ... see her?' pg. 231

The law says ... the girl. pg. 232

But what will become ... none other. pg. 232

Let him off ... hang him. pg. 232

I'm in terror .. out of my hands. pg. 233-234

Once he's heard ... done a bolt. pg. 234

If it's my ... I'm going. pg. 236

Answer him ... of court. pg. 236

Yes, it's the ... and my life. pg. 236

But our duty ... Antipho. pg. 237

my son has ... impudence. pg. 237

Now what am I ... pure gain. pg. 238

so that he ... temper. pg. 239

All of a ... society. pg. 239

If Antipho has ... of pity? pg. 239

The law doesn't ... evidence. pg. 240

It wasn't sense ... you're alive. pg. 240

I shall go ... comes. pg. 240

It's your cooking ... eat it. pg. 241

I've tested the ... my feet. pg. 242

The net isn't ... sense. pg. 242

Now look ... you please. pg. 243

Just because ... does. pg. 243

Oh the trouble ... it all. pg. 247

But the truth is ... difficult case. pg. 248

In fact ... everything. pg. 249

Believe me ... showing pity. pg. 251

Me Lucky? ... hold on. pg. 251

Look here ... betters. pg. 252

Is it past ... always been. pg. 253

we can't leave ... to do. pg. 253

My father's ... wise. pg. 254

But the old ... mercy. pg. 254

Whatever ... or die. pg. 254

We're all ... happens. pg. 255

He's here ... friends. pg. 255

It's illness ... be old. pg. 256

If I try ... my own. pg. 256

no need ... new arrival. pg. 257

One always comes ... changes. pg. 257

[Start off with higher price then move to actual price] pg. 259

Everything sounds ... bad one. pg. 261

I'll take care ... it's for. pg. 262

That's the way ... us down. pg. 262

Doing your ... your house. pg. 262

Women are ... women. pg. 262

It was our ... we waited. pg. 263

Why are you ... found out. pg. 263

how often chance ... bring about. pg. 264

we've only ... this affair. pg. 265

For the moment ... mounting up. pg. 265

use your powers ... and another! pg. 266

Not now ... tire you. pg. 266

How sensible ... disgraced. pg. 269

What an unexpected ... two! pg. 272

But my brother ... scandal. pg. 273

[How the old men tried to go back on their deal with disregard for the inconvenience of Phormio and only concerned for money and resort to violence in desperation.] pg. 274

But is this ... into tears. pg. 275

Could anything ... listen to me. pg. 278


The Mother in Law

Then I always ... first. pg. 293

I realized the ... new plays. pg. 293

Talking of ... my sense. pg. 295

but you'll never ... honor. pg. 296

Pamphilus ... miserable. pg. 297

You aren't telling ... bride groom. pg. 297

A few days ... his own. pg. 298-299

Heaven and ... my wife. pg. 300

do you women ... at home. pg. 300

ally on women ... of them. pg. 301

I know I ... think suitable. pg. 302

There's no justice ... I'm not. pg. 303

If there's trouble ... of trifles. pg. 304

I ought to ... this quarrel. pg. 304

Love in return ... the other. pg. 306

the fact is ... permit. pg. 308

Well, I gave my ... same again. pg. 308

I've chosen ... now. pg. 311

he was obviously ... real wishes. pg. 311

Confound all ... like that! pg. 311

but are you ... attitude? pg. 312

But since fate ... prevent this. pg. 312

Here's another ... temper! pg. 313

He's got ... me too? pg. 313

Better any ... for it. pg. 314

Should I really ... my daughter. pg. 315

I forbid you ... taken out. pg. 315

Besides, I'm ... my sex. pg. 316

Now that is ... you with me. pg. 317

Young folks ... slip away. pg. 318

No wonder ... married life. pg. 321

I must be ... regret. pg. 322

I'm a little ... help me much. pg. 323

I know ... like me. pg. 325

Where men ... smooth. pg. 328

It seems I did ... before. pg. 330

Pamphilus's ... self-centeredness. pg. 286


The Brothers

It's true ... two sons. pg. 341

I've brought him up not ... manage his children. pg. 342

He has neither ... still in town. pg. 342-345

Now a pimp ... a liar. pg. 345

I don't wonder ... them! pg. 348

once I agree ... mouth shut. pg. 348

What should I ... on the spot. pg. 348

Any man's ... you want! pg. 330

I daren't ... gratitude. pg. 351

try to stop ... future. pg. 355

First, the ... it quiet. pg. 355

he'll know ... I want. pg. 356

you can look ... wisdom. pg. 357

I spare no ... be wrong. pg. 358

You have to ... are. pg. 359

a man of ... worth living. pg. 359

Your son has ... nature. pg. 360

The more easy ... honest men. pg. 361

everything ... duty. pg. 362

But indulgence ... some sort. pg. 362

If he intends ... to take. pg. 362

Let him seethe ... virtues. pg. 363

Nothing but ... suffers. pg. 364

I really can't ... being different. pg. 367

People who are ... it better. pg. 367

one word ... be out. pg. 368

it all hangs ... enough. pg. 368

Here I ... together! pg. 368

I understand ... my heart. pg. 371

But I worry ... affairs. pg. 371

I'm so desperately ... isn't. pg. 371

But are you ... turns up. pg. 374

Too much ... beyond saving! pg. 355

kindly control ... yourself. pg. 377

There are a lot ... destroy us all. pg. 378

A plan for life ... last my time. pg. 379-380

put the truth ... practice. pg. 384

What is all this ... best what to do. pg. 386

setting out the ... Demea. pg. 333

Micio worries ... resistance. pg. 333

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