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Time's Arrow's head was on the up at the wrong time and he lost out on the nod to 8-1 chance Gloriosus, who had traded at 30.
Manternach has made solo appearances with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and Cleveland Chamber Symphony, among others, and his stage credits range from Eisenstein in Die Fledermaus to Miles Gloriosus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum to Belmonte in Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail (Sankt Anton, Austria).
No se trata, pues, de la representacion del estereotipo de miles gloriosus con el que se le podria identificar a la ligera.
Leicester Bradner, "The First Cambridge Production of Miles Gloriosus," Modern Language Notes 70, no.
Along the eastern Pacific Ocean, there are four spondylid species (Mollusca: Bivalvia); two of them are commercially exploited, Spondylus crassisquama Lamarck, 1819 and Spondylus limbatus Sowerby, 1847, whereas Spondylus gloriosus Dali, Bartsch & Rehder, 1938 and Spondylus leucacanthus Broderip, 1833 are harvested occasionally.
Shakespeare's Julius Caesar is a braggart in this vein: a Christian variation on the alazon or miles gloriosus.
By comparing Petruchio to the type's most storied ancestor, Pyrgopolinices in Plautus's Miles Gloriosus [The Braggard Captain] (ca 200 BC), as well as to sixteenth-century exemplars like Ralph in Nicholas Udall's Ralph Roister Doister (ca 1545-52), Sir Tophas in John Lyly's Endymion: The Man in the Moon (1588), and Huanebango in George Peele's The Old Wives Tale (ca 1588-94), I will propose a different protagonist from the one to which modern playgoers and readers may be accustomed.
57) Prof Scholtemeijer's Afrikaans translation of Plautus' Miles gloriosus (Brigadier Bek) was produced at Die Masker at the University of Pretoria on 3-10 May 1984.
Plautus boasts that his Captivi will not contain the expected characters: the periurus leno (deceitful pimp), the miles gloriosus (boastful soldier), and the meretrix mala (evil prostitute) (Capt.
But the authors invite us to give Mardonius that credibility here; Bessus is such an identifiable type, the miles gloriosus, that we are encouraged not only to share Mardonius's certainty about him, but to approach subsequent characters with a similar means of typological evaluation, and a similar certainty as to their type.
Enrico Rocca (7) lo expresa en de la siguiente manera: "Al final nos parece que Ramon del Valle-Inclan lleva demasiado adelante el grotesco: las vicisitudes del miles gloriosus iberico nos divierten, pero ver que el se golpea, vengandose, en la cosa que tiene mas sagrada, nos deja, dadas las premisas bufonescas, en una perplejidad fastidiosa".