- THE ROTHSCHILDS: FAMILY OF FORTUNE. // New Yorker;1/28/1974, Vol. 49 Issue 49, p103
The article reviews the book "The Rothschilds: Family of Fortune," by Virginia Cowles.
- The Rothchild style. Boodro, M. // Vogue;Nov88, Vol. 178 Issue 11, p404
A look at the women the Rothchilds marry and their legendary style and how its reflected by their dress; Gardens; Furnishings; Homes.
- Empire of the sons. Smith, Sally Bedell // Vanity Fair;Jan97, Issue 437, p96
Profiles Europe's prominent family, the Rothschilds. Members of the Rothschild family; Remaining Rothschild powers after the death of Amschel Rothschild; History of Rothschild's empire in finance; Collection of paintings and objects by the Rothschilds; Movies depicting the Rothschild history;...
- The masters of tragedy: Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides. Basile, Joseph J. // Calliope;Nov97, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p21
Focuses on the works of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides who were Athenian tragedians. Background information on the tragedians; Detailed information on their works.
- Macbeth and the barren sceptre. Wintle, S.; Weisbrot, R. // Essays in Criticism;Apr91, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p128
Examines tragedy as epitomized in William Shakespeare's tragic plays `King Lear' and `Hamlet.' Examines the major characters in the tragedies; Excerpts from the plays.
- Is tragedy paradoxical? Williams, Christopher // British Journal of Aesthetics;Jan1998, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p47
Presents information on satisfaction gained from tragedy. Reference to why tragedies are enjoyed; Definition of the object of thought; Information on triad as an emotion; Details on historic lives which holds interest.
- YOUR LETTERS. Strodtbeck, Tom // Athens News;7/3/2013, p6
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Who is Behind the World Banking Cartel? The Rothschild Family!" in the June 26, 2013 issue.
- The rise and decline of the Rothschilds. Frost, Bob // Biography;May97, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p62
Focuses on the Rothschilds, the most reknowned private family in Europe and the greatest Jewish family of modern times. Mayer Amschel Rothschild, the family patriarch and his descendants; Root of Europe's anti-Semitism; Reason for the suffering of Rothschild banking interests in 19th century.
- A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CRITICAL STUDIES Tragedy. // Comedy & Tragedy: A Bibliography of Critical Studies;1972, p31
The sources cited within this issue are presented including "The Essence of Tragedy," by Maxwell Anderson, "Greek Tragedy and the Modern World," by Lee Aylen, and "The Modern Theatre," Eric Bentley.