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Papers on Greek and Roman Mythology
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Jocasta vs. Phaedra / Comparison of Two Tragic
Characters :
A 5 page comparison of character and suicide
between Queen Jocasta (Oedipus the King) and Queen Phaedra
(Hippolytus). The writer argues that in both instances, the
Queen was a lovelorn woman; deeply frustrated and in the end,
completely desperate. Jocasta's death, however, was more
sudden and rash when compared with the suicide of Phaedra
who had accumulated such tendencies throughout the
progression of her story. No Bibliography. Jocastap.wps

Phaedra & Her Lack of Freewill : A 2 page discussion of the
mythological character Phaedra and how Aphrodite's influence
over her was so strong that she could not act freely or of her
own will. Consequently, Phaedra's death is ultimately blamed
upon the overwhelming power of this particular Greek god. No
Bibliography. Phaedre.wps

Phaedra / Theseus Compared with Elizabeth II :
A 4 page paper comparing the actions of Theseus, from the
Greek play Phaedra, with Queen Elizabeth II, reigning
monarch of England, through difficult family situations. The
writer presents the notion that each of these monarchs had
to react to their own troubles as they related to family, the
monarchy, and their societies. No Bibliography. Theseus.wps

Aeschylus’ "Prometheus Bound" / The Heart vs. The Mind :
A 4 page essay on the underlying struggle between heart and
mind in Greek mythology. The writer makes comparisons
between this theme's existence in "Prometheus Bound" and in
the play "Hippolytus." It is noted that Prometheus and Phaedre
are both prisoners and that it is their own human condition that
cause them to suffer such emotional anguish and turmoil. Points
are supported with quotes. Bibliography lists 2 additional
sources. Prometh.wps

Aeschlyus’ "Prometheus Bound" / A Godly Love vs.
Human Love :
In this 5 page essay, comparisons are made
between the role of love in "Prometheus Bound" and
"Hippolytus." The writer argues that just as Phaedra was made
to suffer as the result of her own love, Prometheus was
similarly made to struggle as the result of his love for mankind--
which motivated him to give us the gift of fire. Additional
examples of love's predicament are provided from Prometheus
Bound as well -- to further support this thesis (i.e., the case of
Iago, etc;). Bibliography lists one additional source.
Prometh5.wps

Aeschylus’ “Prometheus Bound” / Responsibility For
Actions :
A 5 page paper analyzing whether the title character
in Aeschylus’ Prometheus Bound was in any way responsible
for his predicament. The paper asserts that indeed he was,
because he deliberately subverted the status quo and had to
accept the consequences. No additional sources cited.
Promhs.wps

Heracles and the “Twelve Labors” – The Better Story :
A 5 page paper discussing Heracles [later renamed “Hercules ” by
the Romans]. The themes of the stories and adventures of
Heracles have all the makings of a great action/adventure
television show. Bibliography lists four sources. Heracles.wps

Hercules & Diana / Heroism Personified : This 5 page paper
discusses the myth of Hercules (Heracles) and compares it with
the myth of Diana (Artemis). Each character was undeniably
heroic and each based their standards of behavior on ideals
much larger than their own individuality. No additional sources
cited. Hercdian.wps

Love In Classic Greek Mythology : A 5 page analytical
discussion of love & relationships in Greek classics such as
"The Odyssey," "Antigone," and "Lysistrata." No Bibliography.
Greklove.wps

Hamlet and The Odyssey : An 8 page paper which compares
and contrasts Hamlet and The Odyssey. These two classic tales
were written in completely different times in history, as well as
completely different regions of the world, and as such they are
incredibly different in almost all aspects of consideration. Some
of the aspects of the tales that are discussed include intent,
substance, focus, cultural perspectives, and beliefs. Perhaps the
most obvious difference between the two is that Hamlet is a tale
of incredible depth and introspection while The Odyssey is
primarily a tale of adventure and intrigue. Bibliography lists 2
additional sources. RAhamod.wps

The Origin & Development Of Roman Mythology :
In 5 pages, the author discusses how Roman mythology began and
its purpose. Roman mythology is much like Greek mythology.
Bibliography lists 8 sources. Romanmy.wps

Euripides’ “The Bacchae” : A 5 page research paper which
examines the behavior of the chorus in the play and the reasons
behind their continued reverence for a deity who pledges brutal
revenge against their ruler. Bibliography lists one source.
Bacchae.wps
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