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Metamorphoses books IV 28-35, V and VI 1-24 the tale of Cupid and Psyche by Apuleius

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Published by Egbert Forsten in Groningen .
Written in English


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StatementApuleius Madaurensis ; text, introduction and commentary, M. Zimmerman ... [et al.].
SeriesGroningen commentaries on Apuleius
ContributionsZimmerman, M., Apuleius., Apuleius.
The Physical Object
Pagination596 p. ;
Number of Pages596
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20023127M
ISBN 109069801469

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  Apuleius Madaurensis Metamorphoses, Books IV , V and VI by Maaike Zimmerman, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By using our website you agree to our use M. ZIMMERMAN e.a.: Groningen Commentaries on Apuleius – Apuleius Madaurensis Metamorphoses – Books IV 28–35, V and VI 1– The Tale of Cupid and Psyche Luca Graverini PDF Published Issue AN 5 Section Reviews The copyright of the contributions remains with the author.   Book V Fable I: Perseus’s marriage feast. Fable II: Minerva and the Muses. Fable III: The song of Calliope. Fable IV: Pluto and Proserpina. Fable V: Ceres searches for Proserpina. Fable VI: Arethusa is changed into a fountain. Fable VII: Lyncus is changed into a lynx; the Pierides are changed into magpies. Book VI Fable I: Arachne and Abstract. shared the admiration for Lucretius with elder contemporaries like Fronto and Gellius. While the enthusiasm of both Fronto and Gellius for the poet Lucretius was motivated by the search for surprising word choice and remarkable diction, Apuleius' reading of De Rerum Natura went deeper. His admiration of the sublime poetry of Lucretius is combined with a critical attitude towards the

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