5-25-11 - his hands on Charikleia's ribbon (93)-Hints to...

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Books Three and Four
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The Prophecy End of Book Two - The meeting of the two youths - The prophecy that the oracle announces What does this mean?
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Calasiris' Narrative Cnemon's insistence that he be told about the procession in detail (67) - The serpents (70) - Narrative discussion (71) - Narrative interruption (72) - Talking about souls (73) Calasiris' manipulative hokum (74) - What is his motivation? - Calasiris' dream (78) Another narrative interruption: Egyptian Homer (79)
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Calasiris the Conman? Theagenes begs for help (80) - Good vs. Bad Egyptian magic (80) - Calasiris—apparently I was exiled from Egypt to help Charikleia (a lie, or at least a deception) (81) Calasiris does a housecall at Charikleia's (83) - Why does he go about it in this way? - Can we be pleased with this? - How can we interpret Charikles' dream?
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The Love-Illness Worsens The footrace (85) - Ovidian scene - More soul-talk (87) Is this Platonic? Narrative interruption (88) Calasiris performs more hokum rituals to get
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Unformatted text preview: his hands on Charikleia's ribbon (93)-Hints to Charikleia he knows what's wrong, but she needs another day to overcome her shame-Calasiris' cheeky advice to Charikles about his nephew Charikleia's True Identity The ribbon (94)-Child of Persinna and Hydaspes, king and queen of Ethiopia-Painting of Andromeda Born white instead of black Exposed to avoid Persinna being punished for apparent adultery The nature-trumping aesthetic of the Second Sophistic-So: Charikleia is the princess of Ethiopia Love and Crimes (?) Asks her why she doesn't just marry Theagenes (97) Reveals Charikleia's identity (98)-Reveals that he was actually sent by Persinna, whom he knows, to find Charikleia and bring her home Tells Charikles to prepare for a wedding (101)-Wedding presents: will be important Meets some Phoenicians (102) Theagenes swears an oath of chastity (104)-Why?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2011 for the course CLASSICS 101 taught by Professor Benjaminmcclosky during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.

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