The Metamorphoses of Ovid

Paperback | February 1, 2001

Translated byAllen MandelbaumbyPublius Ovidius Naso (OVID)

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Through Mandelbaum's poetic artistry, this gloriously entertaining achievement of literature-classical myths filtered through the worldly and far from reverent sensibility of the Roman poet Ovid-is revealed anew. '[An] extraordinary translation? brilliant' (Booklist). With an Introduction by the Translator.

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The Metamorphoses is a treasury of classical myths, filtered through the worldly and far from reverent sensibility of the Roman poet Ovid (43 B.C-A.D.17).

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Through Mandelbaum's poetic artistry, this gloriously entertaining achievement of literature-classical myths filtered through the worldly and far from reverent sensibility of the Roman poet Ovid-is revealed anew. '[An] extraordinary translation? brilliant' (Booklist). With an Introduction by the Translator.

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The Metamorphoses is a treasury of classical myths, filtered through the worldly and far from reverent sensibility of the Roman poet Ovid (43 B.C-A.D.17).

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:576 pages, 8.97 × 7.6 × 1.46 inPublished:February 1, 2001Publisher:Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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ISBN - 10:0156001268

ISBN - 13:9780156001267

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The Metamorphoses is a treasury of classical myths, filtered through the worldly and far from reverent sensibility of the Roman poet Ovid (43 B.C-A.D.17).

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Translator and poet Mandelbaum offers his rendition of Ovid's classic work of mythology and change.