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Ovid and the moderns

Autor: Theodore Ziolkowski
Editorial: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2005.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Resumen:
"Theodore Ziolkowski approaches Ovid's Latin poetry as a comparatist, not as a classicist, and maintains that the contextualization of individual works helps place them in a larger tradition. Covering the period 1912-2002, Ovid and the Moderns deals with the reception of Ovid and of Ovid's works in literature."--Jacket.
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Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Ziolkowski, Theodore.
Ovid and the moderns.
Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2005
(OCoLC)645959650
Persona designada: Ovid; Ovid; Ovid; Ovid; Ovid; Publius Ovidius Naso
Tipo de material: Recurso en Internet
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto, Recurso en Internet
Todos autores / colaboradores: Theodore Ziolkowski
ISBN: 0801442745 9780801442742
Número OCLC: 56064659
Descripción: xvi, 262 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contenido: The lure of Ariadne --
Ariadne in stone --
Ariadne in song --
Transitions --
Tenerorum lusor amorum --
Ovidian ages --
Ovid and the high moderns --
Ovid redivivus --
Daedalus in Dublin --
The sacralization of the metamorphoses --
Thrace in the midlands --
Annus mirabilis Ovidianus --
Ovid in Provence --
Tiresias on the Thames --Orpheus in the Alps --
Narcissus in Paris? --
Tristia in the Crimea --
The modernization of metamorphosis --
The rediscovery of metamorphosis --
Metamorphosis in Prague --
Transformations in the Ticino --
Degradation in Oxfordshire --
Sex and gender in Bloomsbury --
Ovid and the exiles --
The Ur-exile --
The Romanian connection --
The Proto-Romanian Ovid --
The Proto-Christian Ovid --
The convert to Zalmoxis --
Interiorized exile in the West --
Exile in English --
East German re-visions of exile --
Postfiguration of exile --
Ovid and the late moderns --
Ovid in the sixties and seventies --
The bimillennial celebrations --
The skeptical generation --
A skeptical tour de Force --
Ovid in the seventies --
Ovid in the eighties --
Trends of the times --
Postmodern appropriations of Ovid --
Postmodern metamorphoses --
Ovid in the nineties --
Ovid and Generation X --
Internalizations of the metamorphoses --
Fanciful fictions --
The Ovidian boom --
Ovid in the new millennium --
Millennial fictions --
The Ovidian seismograph.
Responsabilidad: Theodore Ziolkowski.
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Resumen:

"Theodore Ziolkowski approaches Ovid's Latin poetry as a comparatist, not as a classicist, and maintains that the contextualization of individual works helps place them in a larger tradition. Covering the period 1912-2002, Ovid and the Moderns deals with the reception of Ovid and of Ovid's works in literature."--Jacket.

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