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Browsing Classics (Haverford & Bryn Mawr theses) by Author "Roberts, Deborah H."

Browsing Classics (Haverford & Bryn Mawr theses) by Author "Roberts, Deborah H."

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  • Foxley, Florencia (2013)
    My senior thesis provides a comprehensive way of reading Euripides’ tragedy Medea by encompassing both the traditional Greek heroic and maternal aspects of Medea’s identity, in particular explaining how this reading ...
  • Glick, Frances R. (2011)
    In the earliest versions of the Romulus and Remus myth (as reported by later authors) Romulus kills his brother, Remus, when he jumps over the newly built walls of Rome. In ensuing narrations of the Roman foundation myth, ...
  • Lopez, Rogelio (2014)
    My thesis studies how the figure of Achilles in Homer's Iliad informs and shapes the character of Batman in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Trilogy. I closely examine the significant effects that Achilles and Batman's ...
  • Mongoven, Emma Karkkainen (2014)
    This thesis examines the concept and sphere of application of sophrosyne (moderation, temperance) in Plato's Charmides, Republic and Symposium and in Methodius of Olympus' Symposium. It considers Methodius' Symposium as ...



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