By Peter E. Knox
- Features greater than 30 newly commissioned chapters by means of famous students writing of their parts of specialization
- Illuminates a number of points of Ovid's paintings, resembling construction, style, and style
- Presents interpretive essays on key poems and collections of poems
- Includes specified discussions of Ovid's basic literary impacts and his reception in English literature
- Provides a chronology of key literary and historic occasions in the course of Ovid's lifetime
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A Companion to Ovid (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World) by Peter E. Knox