• 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 ...
  • 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 attitude toward the orientalization of Rome 

    White, Dorrance Stinchfield (University of Missouri, 1914)
    It has ever been the history of empire-development that nations face the West. Babylon, snugly esconced in the fertile Tigro-Euphrates valley, subdued its eastern neighbor, the Elamites, rose to power in wealth and court ...
  • 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 ...