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Differences between Ovid and Catullus: 1. Style – Ovid tells stories through poetry, outlining characters, themes, and plots in each. Catullus writes in a less narrative way, speaking about his feelings and inner thoughts through metaphorical meanings and imagery. 2. Subject – Ovid tells myths that relate to another meaning. He includes different divine characters, relating stories to the gods. Catullus’s poems are autobiographical. He speaks

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