• Alliteration in Horace 

    Rundle, Edith Leota (University of Missouri, 1914)
    Questions that this paper will attempt to answer are: Does Horace show a preference for alliteration of any particular letter or letters? If so, is this due to the fact that a proportionately large number of the words of ...
  • Alliteration in the hexameter books of Lucilius 

    Miller, Edith (University of Missouri, 1913)
    It is very evident (1) that Lucilius used the device of alliteration, (2) that he used it very freely, and (3) that he must have used it purposely. In general, his alliteration means nothing, though occasionally it does ...
  • The practical teachings of Cicero as set forth in the Orator 

    Hankins, Kathryn Allen (University of Missouri, 1917)
    Text from page 1: The purpose of this paper is two-fold,--(1) to gather from Cicero's Orator those principles which deal with Rhetoric and (2) to discuss these from the practical point of view.
  • The use of the fable in Roman satire 

    Reid, Martha McKenzie. (University of Missouri, 1913)
    It is the purpose of this paper to collect, discuss, and as far as possible to trace to their origin the fables which are used in Latin Satire. The term Satire has been used throughout the discussion to designate those ...