Komediowa „Eneida”

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Radosław Piętka

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Piętka Radosław, Komediowa „Eneida” (Comedy in Vergil’s Aeneid).
The paper deals with the references – hypothetical and/or unquestionable – to comedy and comic conventions in the Aeneid of Vergil. Taking into consideration as many comic constituents as it is possible to retrieve from the Virgilian epic text, I would also like to try to answer the general question concerning supposed influence of these very constituents on the meaning of the whole text of the Aeneid.

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