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Ovid, Amores : text, prolegomena, and commentary
Even in its incomplete form (the final volume is still in preparation), the Commentary on the Amores of Ovid has become a scholarly standard. The introductions to each elegy are succinct, readableExpand
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Poems of Exile
One of the wittiest Roman poets, Ovid (43BC - 17 or 18 AD) was banished in 8AD to Constanza, a remote barbarous outpost on the Black Sea, for an unknown crime against the Emperor Augustus. PouringExpand
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Ars Amatoria: Book I
Composition of the "Ars Amatoria" the "Ars", Ovid's exile, and the poet's intentions the didactic tradition Sigla Ars Amatoria 1 commentary. Appendices: the cronology of Ovid's earlier works and theExpand
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Ovid's fasti
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Ovid's Amores, Book One: A Commentary
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Metamorphoses : a new translation, contexts, criticism
Ovid's epic poem-whose theme of change has resonated throughout the ages-is one of the most important texts of Western imagination, an inspiration from Dante's time to the present, when writers suchExpand
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The Fasti of Ovid
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