An Ovid Reader
Focus Publishing, R. Pullins & Company, Jun 1, 2008 - Foreign Language Study - 253 pages
Geared toward the advanced high school or intermediate college Latin student, An Ovid Reader covers a selection of works by the great Roman poet Ovid. Passages from Amores and Metamorphoses are arranged in ways that connect for the reader, and innovative discussion questions prompt thoughtful insights into the tales.
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Introduction to the Amores
Amor Vincit Omnia
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adjective Aeneid agree Amores antecedent Apollo and Daphne arbor arma atque atus Augustus Baucis and Philemon belonging Catullus cera clause conj Corinna couplet Cupid dactylic hexameter Daedalus Daphne's dative declension dedit described Discussion Questions dixit ebur elegiac elegiac couplets elegy English example epic erat etiam Explain your answer genitive gods haec Icarus Identify specific Latin ilia illa ipse Jupiter Latin example Lelex love poetry lover manus meaning Metamorphoses mihi modify modo Nape narrative neque nomen nominative noun opus oris oscula Ovid Ovid's Paeligni Peneus pennas pharetra plural poem poet postquam Propoetides puella puer Pygmalion Pyramus and Thisbe quae quam quid quod quoque quos Refers Roman saepe sentence Sentence Diagram specific Latin words story subjunctive sunt tabellae tamen tergum tibi Tibullus transformation tree Venus verb vocabulary vowel write