• Horace as a nature poet 

    Criswell, Vera (University of Missouri, 1912)
    In order to be called a true poet of nature, one must possess a deep appreciation and love for the natural world, and the ability to express this feeling in beautiful and appropriate verse. The men who have attained fame ...
  • Horace's conception of friendship 

    Hall, Alta B. (Alta Bell), b. 1888 (University of Missouri, 1913)
    Friendship is the most elevating of human affections, and yet it is a relation that cannot be explained or defined. It begins and ends in feeling, and feeling is a matter of purely personal organization. It is this subjective ...
  • Mythology of Propertius 

    Martin, Donnis (University of Missouri, 1913)
    It is seldom that the mythology of the ancient Greeks and Romans is distinguished from their religion. This arises largely from the fact that the same supernatural beings figure in each. But mythology and religion represent ...
  • Religion of Tibullus 

    Martin, Gladys, 1891-1979 (University of Missouri, 1913)
    Tibullus is generally considered a poet sincere and devout in his religion; for he is constantly invoking the presence of the divinities, vowing sacrifice to them, and dwelling upon their beneficence to mankind. It is the ...