Ovid and His Influence

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

I. Essays and Books on Ovid.
ALLINSON ANNE C. E., Roads from Rome. New York, 1913.
(See chapter, "A Roman Citizen.")
BAILEY C., P., Ovidii Nasonis Pastorum Liber III. Oxford, 1921. (See Editor's sketch of Roman religion.)
BRADFORD G., "Ovid among the Goths," in The Yale Re­ view, IV. 544-559 ( 1915).
DIMSDALE M. S., A History of Latin Literature. New York, 1915.
DRYDEN, Annus Mirabilis (Account of the Poem), Discourse concerning the Original and Progress of Satire, Preface to the Fables.
DUFF J. W., A Literary History of Rome from the Origins to the Close of the Golden Age. London and New York, 1909, pp. 578 ff. (with an account of the chief editions of Ovid's works).
HAIGHT ELIZABETH H., Italy Old and New. New York, 1922. (Chapter XV, "Ovid in Sulmona.")
KNAPP C., "Helps to the Study of the Metamorphoses of Ovid," in The Classical Weekly, XVI. pp. 25 ff. ( 1922); XVII. pp. 65 ff. ( 1923) (articles, with descriptive bibli­ ography).
LANOOR W. S., Imaginary Conversations of Greeks and Romans. London, 1853. ("Tibullus and Messala" con­ tains remarks on Ovid.)
MURRAY G., Tradition and Progress. Boston, 1922. (See the essay on "Poesis and Mimesis," repeated from Essays and Addresses. London, 1921.)
NAGEOTTE E., Ovide, sa Vie, ses Oeuvres. Dijon, 1872.
OWEN S. G., "Ovid" in The Encyclopaedia Britannica 11, 1911. See also under III.
RAND E. K., "Ovid and the Spirit of Metamorphosis," in Harvard Essays on Classical Subjects. Boston, 1912, pp. 207-38.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xi
  • I - Ovid in the World of Poetry 3
  • II - Ovid through the Centuries 108
  • III - Ovid the Modern 168
  • Bibliography 180
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