The ultimate result, and the central focus, of this paper is two poems written in Latin according to classical conventions of meter, language and style. The paper also describes the processes and difficulties of composing poetry in Latin and according to these standards. In re-setting two stories from Ovid, the author examines both the historical background and the literary interpretations of the stories. Strong emphasis is placed on feminine viewpoint, that is, how male poets of Greece and Rome imagined female characters and how the author, a female, differs in perspective from the male authors of a male-dominated world.
Everett, Anna C. and Beek, Anna Everett, "Rethinking Ovid: A Collection of Latin Poetry and Commentary on Composition" (2006). Classical Mediterranean and Middle East Honors Projects. 1.
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