Some articles on sausage, sausage seller, seller:
... Agoracritus - miracle-worker and/or sausage-seller The protagonist is an ambiguous character ... Within the satirical context, he is a sausage seller who must overcome self-doubts to challenge Cleon as a populist orator, yet he is a godlike, redemptive ... The people and yet it was done by boiling, a cure for meat practised by a common sausage seller ...
... Eucrates A hemp-seller, he is one of a series of populist leaders mentioned in Cleon's oracles (line 129), he is said to have hidden in a pile of bran (254) ... the time that Pericles died, he is the sheep-seller mentioned in an oracle as one of a series of Athenian leaders (line 132) and he is a benchmark ... artfulness (line 18) and there is an allusion to his mother as a reputed vegetable seller (19) ...
Famous quotes containing the words seller and/or sausage:
“No more astounding relic of the subjection of women survives in western civilization than the status of the prostitute.... In connection with what other illegal vice is the seller alone penalized, and not the buyer?”
—Crystal Eastman (18811928)
“Here the sausage and garlic booth
Sent unholy incense skyward;
There a quivering female-thing
Gestured assignations, and lied
To call it dancing;”
—Anne Spencer (18821975)