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A Cranberry-Morpheme Joke in Plautus (Menaechmi 295)

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1. Danese R."Alta cucina e cibo ‘mortuale’. La polemica culinaria nello ‘Pseudolus’: un problema socio-poetico" RAL 1997Vol 9a 8 499 533
2. de Melo W."Plautus" 2011Vol Vol. 2 Cambridge, Mass.
3. Fontaine M."Funny Words in Plautine Comedy" 2010 New York/Oxford
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6. Segal E."Four Comedies" 1996 Oxford
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