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Some polyvalent intra- and inter-textualities in Fasti 3

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The voluminous nature of Ovid’s corpus lends itself to the study of intratextuality, as does the poet’s self-aware style. The Fasti is a particularly rich field for such examination, partly becomes it appears late in the poet’s life so there is a large amount of material to recall, but especially because the poem itself belongs to two periods. Initial composition was alongside the Metamorphoses — these were the works Ovid was working on before he was dispatched to Tomi, and each shows awar...

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10.1515/9783110611021-017

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
HUMS
Department:
Classics Faculty
Sub department:
Classical Languages & Lit
Oxford college:
Wadham College
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Publisher:
De Gruyter
Host title:
Intratextuality and Roman Literature
Series:
Trends in Classics – Supplementary Volumes
Series number:
69
Pages:
273–288
Publication date:
2018-10-08
Acceptance date:
2018-04-05
Event title:
11th Trends in Classics International Conference: Intratextuality and Roman Literature
Event location:
Thessaloniki, Greece
Event start date:
2017-05-25
Event end date:
2017-03-27
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1868-4785
EISBN:
9783110611021
ISBN:
9783110610215
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English
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pubs:843798
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uuid:27288821-3bd6-4d49-aec2-41dba2ed683e
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843798
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2018-04-22

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