This book contains 770 lines from Ars Amatoria, Books I and II, a full introduction on Ovid's life, 148 pages of vocabulary, and commentary that offers insights on Ovid's stylistic choices. The notes provide a wealth of information on Roman customs, mythology, history, and literary tradition.
Ovid: Selections from Ars Amatoria Remedia Amoris - ISBN 0865163952
Ovid: Metamorphoses, Book I - ISBN 0865160406
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