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  • BOETHIUS THE DEMIURGE: TIMAEAN DOUBLE-CIRCLE SPIRAL STRUCTURE IN THE CONSOLATIO 

    Watson, Cristalle Nerine
    The aim of this thesis is to relate the content and form of the central poem (IIIM9) of Boethius' Consolatio to the narrative structure and philosophical movement of the work as a whole. A line-by-line metrical analysis ...
  • DECEPTION AND THEODICY IN AENEID 1-4 

    Gaul, Kevin
    The theme of deception, or dolus, is undeniably central to the Aeneid, both as a frequent vehicle for the unfolding narrative and as a means by which the poet explores more complex themes. Ultimately, this thesis aims to ...
  • Eternity Visible: The Tragic Cycle of History in Vergil's 'Aeneid' 

    Saad, George
    This thesis provides a comprehensive interpretation of Vergil’s 'Aeneid' as an expression of cyclical time. In capturing the historical intensity of the transformative Augustan moment, Vergil compresses the archaic past ...