Metamorphoses (by Ovid)

Metamorphoses (by Ovid): Selected full-text books and articles

Metamorphoses: The New, Annotated Edition By Ovid; J. D. Reed; Rolfe Humphries Indiana University Press, 2018
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Metamorphoses By Ovid; E. J. Kenney; A. D. Melville Oxford University Press, 1998
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Ovid's Metamorphoses (Books I-II-III-IV-V) in English Blank Verse Published together with Ovid's Metamorphoses in European Culture (Books I-II-III-IV-V) By Wilmon Brewer; Ovid; Brookes More The Cornhill Publishing Company, 1933
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Nec Me Mea Fallit Imago: Ovid's Poetics of Ironyand Reflections of Lucretius and Pythagoras in the Metamorphoses By van Schoor, David Acta Classica, Vol. 54, Annual 2011
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