Francesca K. A. Martelli's Ovid's Revisions: The Editor as Author PDF

By Francesca K. A. Martelli

A awesome characteristic of Ovid's literary profession derives from the strategies of revision to which he matters the works and collections that make up his oeuvre. From the epigram prefacing the Amores, to the editorial notices outfitted into the book-frames of the Epistulae Ex Ponto, Ovid again and again invitations us to think about the transformative horizons that those editorial interventions open up for his person works, and which additionally impact the form of his profession and authorial id. Francesca ok. A. Martelli plots the vicissitudes of Ovid's specific career-long behavior, contemplating the way it transforms the connection among textual content, oeuvre and authorial voice, and the way it pertains to the revisory practices at paintings within the wider cultural and political matrix of Ovid's day. This interesting learn should be of significant curiosity to scholars and students of classical literature, and to any literary critic drawn to revision as a method of authorial self-fashioning.

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