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Greek Tragedy According to Aristotle Analyzed
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This 5 page research paper examines Aristotle's definition of tragedy in his essay, Poetics. Specifically discussed are how Aristotle's interpretation of tragedy is expressed in two classic Greek plays, Antigone by Sophocles, and Agamemnon by Aeschylus. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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The Life of Aristotle
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A 15 page research paper that examines the life of Aristotle and also his influence on Western civilization. The writer traces his life from what little is known of his background and early life through his tutelage of Alexander the Great and the founding of the Lyceum. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Aristophanes / Serious Humor
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A 9 page paper showing how there was a serious purpose behind Aristophanes' comic works. The paper looks at two works in particular -- 'The Clouds' and 'The Birds' -- and, using some analysis by Aristotle and Freud on how comedy works, examines how Aristophanes used the force of comedy to show his countrymen the foibles of their own character and the world they lived in. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Feminism in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Lysistrata”
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An eight page paper looking at the issue of feminism in these two plays by William Shakespeare and Aristophanes, respectively. The paper argues that both writers mocked women -- in “Lysistrata” because they were too unfeminine, and in “Midsummer Night’s Dream” because they were too irrational -- and shows how both plays call for a return to an ordered society at the end. No additional sources.
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The Use of Food in Aristophanes' The Acharnians
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This 5 page paper provides an overview of the use of food in Aristophanes' The Acharnians and defines the importance in terms of the political messages in the play. This paper argues that the use of food not only defined class differentiations in the play, but was used to underscore the revelations of victory and the celebratory aspects of the play, all of which were used to convey the power of the victor. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Suetonius' 'The Twelve Caesars' -- Discussion Of Augustus And Tiberius
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A 6 page paper that describes the reigns of the first two real emperors of Rome. The paper gives a short explanation of Suetonius and the framework from which he wrote, then discusses and contrasts the administrations and policies of Augustus and Tiberius, dealing particularly with the difficulties of the transfer of power between them. No Bibliography.
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Suetonius' ‘‘The Twelve Caesars'' / Reflection Roman Culture & Society
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A 5 page essay that looks at what can be learned about Roman culture from this ancient document.
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Terence
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The life and works of this important early Roman dramatist are discussed in a 7 page paper. Compared are the author's life challenges to those of the characters in his plays, citing examples from works such as The Girl From Andros, The Eunuch, and The Brothers. Historical facts about Ancient Rome are noted in relationship to the thesis. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Oresteia, the Odyssey, and the Bible / Comparisons and Contrasts
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A 6 page paper divided into three parts. Part I looks at the presence of a patriarchal worldview versus an older matriarchal one in Aeschylus' The Eumenides. Part II looks at the themes of blood and inherited sin in the story of Cain and Abel from the Bible. And Part III examines the differences between the concepts of justice in the Odyssey and the Oresteia. No sources except books.
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