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Playing Mercy: the Value of Virtue in Seneca’s Thyestes
The absence of clemency within Seneca’s tragedy Thyestes proves how necessary this virtue is for a ruler. In his treatise De Clementia, Seneca recommends the virtue clementia to the young emperorExpand
Plato’s Eros Reflected in Ovid’s Narcissus
Kaitlyn Boulding is in her final year of a Classics and German Combined Honours degree. “Plato’s Eros Reflected in Ovid’s Narcissus” was written for Dr. Peter O'Brien's 'Reading and Research--Ovid'sExpand
Gastêr, Nêdys, and Thauma: Feminine Sources of Deception and Generation in Hesiod's Theogony
vi Acknowledgments vii Chapter 1: Introduction 1 1.1 General Introduction Hesiod’s Theogony 1 1.2 The Tension Inherent in the Structure of Hesiod’s oikos 1 1.3 Feminine Generation and Deception inExpand