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Ovid

Latin 433 - Spring 2019

We will read selections from the monumental and multifaceted Metamorphoses of Ovid, composed before the poet´s exile from Rome in 8 CE. Supplementary readings from Ovid's elegiac verse will give us a fuller picture of the poet's career and cultural context. Substantial daily Latin readings will be supplemented with practice of scansion, additional readings from related ancient works, and readings from modern scholarship on the poem. There will be regular translation quizzes, a final exam, student presentations, and a final research and writing project. PREREQUISITES: LATIN 3171 and LATIN 3181 (OR EQUIVALENT) AND SOPHOMORE STANDING OR ABOVE.
Course Attributes: EN HBU HumAS HUMAS LCDAS LS

Section 01

Ovid
INSTRUCTOR: Sears
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