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    Eduard Fraenkel (1939). On the Ms. E of Aeschylus. The Classical Review 53 (02):59-.
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    Eduard Fraenkel (1943). Three Stages of a Thought-Pattern. The Classical Review 57 (03):109-.
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    Eduard Fraenkel (1952). Catching Birds. Classical Quarterly 2 (3-4):186-.
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    Eduard Fraenkel (1942). The Stars in the Prologue of the Rudens. Classical Quarterly 36 (1-2):10-.
    Arcturus is a very suitable person to tell us the ποκεíμενα of the play. During the night preceding the action he has produced the storm which is to bring about the dénouement of the plot : illorum navis longe in altum abscesserat. ego quoniam video virginem asportarier, tetuli ei auxilium et lenoni exitium simul: increpui hibernum et fluctus movi maritimos. nam Arcturus signum sum omnium acerrimum: vehemens sum exoriens, cum occido vehementior.
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  5. H. J. Rose & Eduard Fraenkel (1952). Aeschylus, Agamemnon. Journal of Hellenic Studies 72:130.
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    Eduard Fraenkel (1937). A New Text of the Agamemnon The Agamemnon of Aeschylus. A Revised Text with Brief Critical Notes by A. Y. Campbell, Professor of Greek in the University of Liverpool. Pp. Xxiii + 126. London: Hodder and Stoughton (University Press of Liverpool), 1936. Cloth, 7s. 6d. [REVIEW] The Classical Review 51 (02):59-64.
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    Eduard Fraenkel (1935). Wilhelm Schulze. The Classical Review 49 (06):217-219.
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    P. T. S. & Eduard Fraenkel (1958). Der Agamemnon des Aeschylus. Journal of Hellenic Studies 78:134.
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    Eduard Fraenkel (1942). An Epodic Poem of Hipponax. Classical Quarterly 36 (1-2):54-.
    The long expected volume xviii of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri is now in our hands. Besides important pieces of Callimachus, it contains many exciting fragments of early Greek poetry. Most of them were in a state of apparently hopeless mutilation, but have been triumphantly restored by the unsurpassed learning and inexhaustible patience of Mr. Lobel. The new treasures provide ample material for prolonged investigation. At present I only want to draw attention to an interesting fact emerging from the commentary on Hipponax.
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  10. Eduard Fraenkel & Marginalia Scaenica (2004). Textual Notes on Sophocles, Philoctetes 1–675. Classical Quarterly 54:441-450.
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