• Double expressions in the speeches of Sallust 

    Leaphart, Charles William (University of Missouri, 1906)
    There is no doubt that the speeches in Sallust's histories are not quoted exactly but that, in accordance with the custom prevailing in classical times, words are put into the mouth of the speaker which might have been ...
  • Some examples of repetition in Terence 

    Robinson, Rodney Potter, 1890- (University of Missouri, 1911)
    The cumulation of synonyms, that is, the use within a sentence of words similar in meaning but different in form, and the securing of various sound effects by the collocation of words different in meaning but similar in ...