Reading at Random in Classical Literature
oratori minime convenit distortus vultus gestusque, quae in mimis rideri solent.
Not at all suitable for an orator is the distortion of face and of gesture; these things, done by actors of farces, are generally a source of laughter.
Written by aleatorclassicus
November 30, 2013 at 12:00 PM
Posted in Quintilian