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Metamorphoses (FIRST EDITION) - Ovid, Charles Martin, Bernard Knox
Metamorphoses (FIRST EDITION)
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780393058109 (0393058107)
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Pages no: 624
Edition language: English
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5.0 Cleverus Dickus: "Metamorphoses (Norton Critical Edition)" by Ovid (Author), Charles Martin (Translator)
“God himself helps those who dare.” in "Metamorphoses (Norton Critical Edition)" by Ovid (Author), Charles Martin (Translator)When I think on Ovid and Shakespeare, my own poetic streak resurfaces. Read at your own peril (word of warning: If you don't know either your Shakespeare or your Ovid, what f...
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5.0 Ovid: Metamorphoses
This book is phenomenal. I had read parts of the Metamorphoses in high school, and my focus then was on the language and structure of the text, not so much on the stories. That's just what happens when you're trying to learn how to translate texts from Latin. When I picked up the book again ear...
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Nature is a cruel joke. It plagues us with natural disasters and disease, the destructive potential of which is equalled only by our own tempestuous inclinations. We heal the damage wrought by these forces the best we can with Apollo’s gifts: we heal the sick with medicine, we shed light where there...
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