The Plays of Roswitha translated by Christopher St. John
Roswitha, also known as Hrotsvitha of Gandersheim, was a tenth century German canoness, dramatist, and poet. Inspired by the Roman playwright Terence, but also upset by his immoral subject matter, Roswitha sought to "Christianize" his work through six plays of her own.
The Plays of Roswitha
Translated by Christopher St. John
London: Chatto & Windus, 1923
Text retrieved from the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/playsofroswitha00hrotuoft
Computer transcription corrected by Cameron N. Coulter.
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- Translator's Note
- Introduction by His Eminence Cardinal Gasquet
- Critical Preface by Christopher St. John
- The Prefaces of Roswitha
- Note on the Acting of the Plays