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F arrogant generals boastful military captains and mercenary adventurers But other unforgettable characters are here as well among Euclio in the Aulularia the model for Molière's miser In these lively new translations which effectively communicate the vitality and verve of the originals the plays of Plautus are accessible to a new generationPlays and translatorsVolume 4 Persa Palmer Bovie Menaechmi Palmer Bovie Cistellaria R H W Dillard Pseudolus Richard Beacham Stichus Carol Poster Vidularia John Wright. ,F arrogant generals boastful military captains and mercenary adventurers But other unforgettable characters are here as well among