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Classical Love Poetry - 2839194924

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Classical Love Poetry Naxos AudioBooks

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2. Venus Appears To Helen 3. Juno Seduces Jove 4. Hector Bids Farewell To Andromache 5. Mars And Venus 6. Aphrodite Seduces Anchises 7. Hymn To Venus 8. Jealousy 9. Mother, I Cannot Mind My Wheel 10. Lovely Courier Of The Sky 11. Come, Master Of The Rosy Art 12. Ode 13. Chorus From Medea 14. Chorus From Hippolytus 15. From The Trojan Women 16. Idyll No. 23 - The Despairing Lover 17. The Death Of Adonis 18. From Idyll No. 3 - Amaryllis 19. Idyll No. 1 - Her Lost Son Cupid Careful Venus Cried 20. Pan, Echo And The Satyr 21. The Power Of Love 22. I'll Sing Of Heroes And Of Kings 23. The Star Of Love 24. Kissing Helena 125. From On The Nature Of Things 126. From On The Nature Of Things 127. To Lesbia 128. Ariadne On Naxos 129. Harden Now Thy Tired Heart 130. Fleeting Youth 131. From The Second Eclogue 132. From The Georgics - Book 3 133. From The Aeneid - Book 4 134. Dido's Lament From Dido And Aeneas 135. Ode: Thy Heifer, Friend, Is Hardly Broke 136. To Venus 137. Ode 138. Ode: What Slender Youth 139. Ode: Cruel, And Fair! 140. Elegy 141. To Priapus 142. When Thou Must Home To Shades Of Underground 143. From The Metamorphoses - Echo And Narcissus 144. From Amores 1.1 145. From Amores 1.5 146. From Amores 2.9 147. From Ars Amatoria 148. From Ars Amatoria 149. From Remedia Amoris 150. Epigram 151. From Satire No. 6 152. Fragment


Love Poems - 2854224980

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Love Poems Oxford University Press

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Ovid's love-poetry was typically original and innovative. His witty analysis in the Amores (Loves) of the elegiac relationship develops with relentless irony its essential paradox - love as simultaneously fulfilling and destructive - to its logical conclusion: definitive disestablishment of the poet-lover's role as presented by Gallus, Tibullus, and Propertius. In its place he went on to offer in the Ars Amatoria (Art of Love) and Remedia Amoris (Cures for Love) an equally brilliant presentation of an alternative and more realistic conception of love as a game at which both sexes can play without getting hurt - providing they stick to Ovid's rules. Under the surface of Ovid's wit there runs an undercurrent of serious meaning: the theme of the poet's complete control of his medium and his art and a proud consciousness of his achievements. His claim to be 'the Virgil of elegy' is arrestingly justified in these extraordinarily accomplished poems. Alan Melville's accomplished translations match the sophisticated elegance of Ovid's Latin. Their witty modern idiom is highly entertaining. In this volume he has included the brilliant version of the Art of Love by Moore, published more than fifty years ago and still unequalled; the small revisions he has made will enhance the reader's admiration for Moore's achievement. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.


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