Comedy, including a virtually complete play by Menander, has caused a revolution in studies on Roman comedy. Particularly valuable on Plautine adaptations of Greek models are Friedrich Leo's 1912 study and that of Eduard Fraenkel (1922). Traditional views of Terence's relation to Plautus are found in Gilbert Norwood's works (1923 and 1965); a more nuanced and modern approach, along with a solid appreciation of the playwright's aesthetics, can be found in Sander M. Goldberg (1986). For the unreliability of the ancient biographical traditions, see Mary R. Lefkowitz (1981).
Works by Terence
Selective Studies of Terence