Ancient Tragedy for English Audiences: Syllabus of a Course of Twelve Lecture-studies

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University Press of Chicago, 1892 - Classical drama (Tragedy) - 42 pages
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Page 2 - ... matriculation fees, and passing a satisfactory examination at the University, receive credit in the University for a Minor in the subject upon which the course has been given. This credit will depend upon the character of the paper work as well as upon that of the examination. Non-resident students may not offer for the Bachelor's degree more than one-half of the work required for that degree. They may not offer for the degrees of DB or Ph.D.
Page 2 - They may not offer for the degrees of BD or Ph.D. more than one-third of the work required for those degrees. In every case examination upon the work must be passed at the University, or at one of the regular examinations conducted by the University. In the case of advanced subjects, the examinations for entrance to the University shall have been passed, and also such examinations in preliminary subjects as may be required for the subject offered. Students presenting themselves for these examinations...
Page 2 - ... upon which the course has been given. This credit will depend upon the character of the paper work as well as upon that of the examination. Non-resident students may not offer for the Bachelor's degree more than onehalf of the work required for that degree. They may not offer for the degrees of BD or Ph.D. more than one-third of the work required for those degrees. In every case examination upon the work must be passed at the University, or at one of the regular examinations conducted by the...
Page 24 - The influence on Ancient Tragedy of the Theatre and theatrical representation rests mainly on the fact that Tragedy never ceased to be a solemn religious and national festival, celebrated in a building which was regarded as the temple of Dionysus, whose altar was the most prominent object in the orchestra, and in the presence of what may fairly be described as the whole

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