• Euripides as a poet of nature 

    Nichols, Lulu Edith (University of Missouri, 1902)
    On the shores of Salamis, Euripides used for his study a cave which overlooked the sea, and in this secluded place wrote most of his tragedies. Thus leading a life of seclusion, Euripides devoted much time to studying ...
  • Euripides' idea of God and his attitude toward contemporary religion 

    Boyd, Clarence Eugene (University of Missouri, 1901)
    What were the ideas which Euripides entertained in regard to the divine government of the universe and an over ruling deity and what attitude did he sustain toward the gods of Greece as commonly accepted in his time? This ...