By John F. Miller, Carole E. Newlands
A guide to the Reception of Ovid provides greater than 30 unique essays written via top students revealing the wealthy range of severe engagement with Ovid’s poetry that spans the Western culture from antiquity to the current day.
- Offers cutting edge views on Ovid’s poetry and its reception from antiquity to the current day
- Features contributions from greater than 30 major students within the Humanities.
- Introduces normal and unexpected figures within the heritage of Ovidian reception.
- Demonstrates the long-lasting and transformative energy of Ovid’s poetry into sleek times.
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Les Tristes d’Ovide et l’élégie romaine: Une poétique de la rupture. Paris. Williams, G. (1994). Banished Voices. Cambridge. Williams, G. (1997). ” Ramus 26: 113–37. Williams, G. (2002). ” In P. ), The Cambridge Companion to Ovid. Cambridge. 233–45. 2 Modeling Reception in Metamorphoses Ovid’s Epic Cyclops Andrew Feldherr Ovid’s superlative influence on Western artistic production is not to be explained only by the rich diversity of stories his Metamorphoses contains. Rather, his demonstration that the telling matters as much as the tale, and his advertisement of the resources of genius to appropriate even well-known subject matter and stamp it with the marks of a distinctive authorial personality, make him the poet of reception par excellence, a perpetual model and inspiration for artists asserting the capacities of the “individual talent” against the power of tradition.
London. 1–25. Frings, I. (2005). Das Spiel mit eigenen Texten. Wiederholung und Selbstzitat bei Ovid. Munich. F. ) (2007a). Writing Exile: The Discourse of Displacement in Greco-Roman Antiquity and Beyond. Leiden. F. (2007b). F. ), Writing Exile: The Discourse of Displacement in Greco-Roman Antiquity and Beyond. Leiden. 155–72. Gibson, B. (1999). “Ovid on Reading: Reading Ovid. ” Journal of Roman Studies 89: 19–37. Graf, F. (2002). ” In P. ), The Cambridge Companion to Ovid. Cambridge. 108–21. Green, S.
3 aeger enim traxi contagia corpore mentis; Newlands (1997). On the mythologizing of Ovid’s exile, see Broege (1972), Claassen (1988; 2001: 44–57), Viarre (1988), Videau-Delibes (1991: 19–178), Davisson (1993), McGowan (2009: passim). , see Kenney (1982: 444, n. 1). On the numerous allusions to Virgil throughout the exilic works, see Hinds (1985) on Tr. 1, Williams (1994: passim), and Putnam (2010). Hardie and Moore (2010), Tissol (2005). Cf. Tr. 20. Horatian influence is pervasive in the exile poetry.
A Handbook to the Reception of Ovid by John F. Miller, Carole E. Newlands