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by Peter E. Knox


Ovid's Metamorphoses and the Traditions of Augustan Poetry (Supplementary volume) epub

ISBN: 0906014077

ISBN13: 978-0906014073

Author: Peter E. Knox

Category: History

Subcategory: Ancient Civilizations

Language: English

Publisher: Cambridge Philological Society (December 31, 1986)

Pages: 98 pages

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Knox shows how Ovid combined elements from the entire range of Roman verse in the composition of the Metamorphoses and exploited the diction of elegy and epyllion to distinguish his remarkable poem from traditional epic verse.

Knox shows how Ovid combined elements from the entire range of Roman verse in the composition of the Metamorphoses and exploited the diction of elegy and epyllion to distinguish his remarkable poem from traditional epic verse. From inside the book. The transformation of elegy. 9. Style and variation. 27. The song of orpheus.

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Supplementary Volume No. 11 (1986). Ovid and the Traditions of Augustan Poetry. The study concludes with an investigation of the aetiological stories of the final book and the sustained evocation of Callimachus' Aetia at its close. Having established his reputation as an elegist, Ovid turned to the composition of hexameter narrative. Although the Metamorphoses has often been treated as an appendix to the history of Augustan poetry, the principal lines of stylistic and thematic development continue in Ovid's work. Supplementary Volume No. 12 (1987). Jews and Godfearers at Aphrodisias. by J. REYNOLDS and R. TANNENBAUM.

Hinds, The Metamorphosis of Persephone: Ovid and the Self-conscious Muse (Cambridge Classical Studies). Cambridge: University Press, 1987. Pp. xiii + 182. ISBN 0-521-33506-x. Ovid's Metamorphoses and the Traditions of Augustan Poetry (Proceedings Cambridge Philological Society Suppl. XI). Cambridge: Philological Society, 1986.

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Ovid’s epic model is of course the divine councils in the Iliad and Odyssey, where, however, disagreement is often expressed and the will of Zeus sometimes (though never openly) opposed. This poetic Council and its mythical subject suddenly have contemporary repercussions, which generates a mixture of tone that is provocatively elusive

Ovid's Metamorphoses and the traditions of Augustan poetry. The context for the simile of the serpent and the birds’ nest in Horace’s first Epode is political as as personal and it has points of contact with Golden Age imagery found throughout Augustan poetry.

Ovid's Metamorphoses and the traditions of Augustan poetry. The context for the simile of the serpent and the birds’ nest in Horace’s first Epode is political as as personal and it has points of contact with Golden Age imagery found throughout Augustan poetr. More).

Knox shows how Ovid combined elements from the entire range of Roman verse in the composition of the Metamorphoses and exploited the diction of elegy and epyllion to distinguish his remarkable poem from traditional epic verse.