11-28 Ovid and the Other Side of the Story

11-28 Ovid and the Other Side of the Story - D. Jupiter,...

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Ovid and the Other Side of the Story Lecture Outline Classics 170 Professor Gregory A. Staley KEY CHARACTERS, CONCEPTS Ovid metamorphoses ("changes in form") Arachne Augustus Daphne Apollo Proteus Pygmalion Galatea Ovid's approach to storytelling in contrast to Roman norms ASSIGNMENT: CM, chapter 20 ("The Retelling of Greek Myths: Ovid's Metamorphoses "), including the excerpts from the Metamorphoses beginning on page 962. I. Ovid, Portrait of an Artist A. The Future Lawyer B. A Handbook for Lovers , or The Rape of the Sabine Women Updated C. Arachne and Minerva: A Challenge to "Official" Art
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Unformatted text preview: D. Jupiter, Augustus and the "Palatine District of Heaven" II. Metamorphoses A. The Theme of "Changes in Form" 1. Daphne and Apollo 2. Protean Water 3. A World of Change: "Nothing is constant in the whole world. Everything is in a state of flux, and comes into being as a transient appearance." Book XV, p. 339 B. An Analogy: Odyssey : Iliad :: Metamorphoses : Aeneid C. Art for Art's Sake 1. Art as metamorphosis: "My purpose is to tell of bodies which have been transformed into shapes of a different kind." 2. Pygmalion and Galatea...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CLAS 170 taught by Professor Staley during the Spring '07 term at Maryland.

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