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Ovid's love poetry, like everything else he wrote, was original and innovative. Yet under the surface of the poet's characteristic wit runs an undercurrent of serious meaning--the theme of the poet's complete control of his medium and his art and a proud consciousness of achievements registered and yet to come. Ovid claimed to be the Virgil of elegy and in such poetry as Amores, Ars Amatoria and Remedia Amoris , he largely succeeded. These accomplished translations of the love poetry adopt a highly entertaining modern ...

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