Author:George Gilbert Aimé Murray

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George Gilbert Aimé Murray
(1866–1957)
Anglo-Australian classical scholar and public intellectual
George Gilbert Aimé Murray

Works[edit]

Classical studies
  • Aristotle on the art of poetry
  • The Place of Greek in Education (1889) Inaugural Lecture
  • A History of Ancient Greek Literature (1897)
  • The Rise of the Greek Epic (1907; second edition, 1911) Harvard University lectures
  • Greek Historical Writing, and Apollo: Two Lectures (1908) with Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff
  • The Interpretation of Ancient Greek Literature (1909) Inaugural Lecture
  • Ancient Greek Literature (1911)
  • English Literature and the Classics (1912) section on Tragedy, editor George Stuart Gordon
  • Four Stages of Greek Religion (1913)
  • Euripides and His Age (1913) in Home University Library
  • Hamlet and Orestes: A Study in Traditional Types (1914) Annual Shakespeare Lecture 1914
  • The Stoic Philosophy (1915) Conway Lecture
  • Aristophanes and the War Party, A Study in the Contemporary Criticism of the Peloponnesian War (1919) Creighton Lecture 1918, as Our Great War and The Great War of the Ancient Greeks (US, 1920)
Others
  • Gobi or Shamo (1889) novel
  • Carlyon Sahib (1899), play
  • Liberalism and the Empire: Three Essays (1900) with Francis W. Hirst and John L. Hammond
  • Thoughts on the War (1914) pamphlet
  • The Foreign Policy of Sir Edward Grey, 1906–1915 (1915), online text
  • The International Crisis in Its Ethical and Psychological Aspects (1915) with others
  • How Can War Ever Be Right? Oxford Pamphlets No 18/Ist Krieg je berechtigt?/La guerre. Peut-elle jamais se justifier? (1915)
  • Impressions of Scandinavia in War Time (1916) pamphlet, reprint from the Westminster Gazette
  • The United States and the War (1916) pamphlet
  • The Way Forward: Three Articles on Liberal Policy (1917) pamphlet
  • Great Britain's Sea Policy - A Reply to an American Critic (1917) pamphlet, reprinted from The Atlantic Monthly
  • Faith, War and Policy (1917)
  • Religio Grammatici: The Religion Of A Man Of Letters (1918) Presidential Address to the Classical Association 8 January 1918.
  • Foreword to My mission to London 1912–1914 by Prince Lichnowsky, the German ambassador in London who had warned Berlin that Britain would fight in August 1914. Cassel & Co. London. (1918)
  • Satanism and the World Order (1920) Adamson Lecture
  • The League and Its Guarantees (1920) League of Nations Union pamphlet
  • Essays and Addresses (1921)
  • The Problem of Foreign Policy: A Consideration of Present Dangers and the Best Methods for Meeting Them (1921)
  • Tradition and Progress (1922)

Translations[edit]

On Gutenberg
Plays of Euripides
Others
  • Aristophanes: The Frogs (1902)
  • The Story of Nefrekepta. From a Demotic Papyrus. (1911)
  • Agamemnon (1920)

At Bibliowiki[edit]

Public domain in Canada

Works about Murray[edit]

Essays


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.


The author died in 1957, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 50 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.