• Puns in Plautus 

    Moore, Henry Thomas (University of Missouri, 1904)
    A pun is commonly defined as an expression in which the use of a word in two different applications, or the use of two different words pronounced alike or nearly alike, presents an odd or ludicrous idea. But time and again ...
  • The use of faxo and obsecro in Plautus 

    Stump, Margaret Lou (University of Missouri, 1904)
    In the reading of Plautus one notices many words used paratactically which in classical Latin subordinate the following clause. Prominent among these words are faxo and obsecro, and it is the purpose of this paper to ...