Metamorphoses IX-XII

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Aris & Phillips, Jan 1, 1999 - History - 230 pages
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Ovid's Metamorphosis is a work which displays his mature genius and is a treasure house of mythology. This volume continues in the same style as books I-IV, V-VIII; with a line by line translation and notes which trace Ovid's sources and his influence on literature and art. It has, however, been designed to stand alone or to be read as a sequel to the earlier volumes. Latin text with facing-page translation, introduction and notes

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Donald Hill is head of the department of Classics at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and editor of Ovids' Metamorphoses I-IV, V-VIII and XIIIXV in this series.

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