Metamorfosi #2020

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  • Title: Metamorfosi
  • Author: Ovid Mario Ramous Luisa Biondetti
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  • Metamorfosi Ovid Mario Ramous Luisa Biondetti Nelle Metamorfosi, Ovidio si propone di mostrare tutto l universo, tutto il mondo con tutto ci che vi esiste di creare quasi un enciclopedia della natura duecentoquarantasei favole che costituiscono un ciclo unitario ed esprimono il carattere fluido e precario dell identit , l effimero equilibrio tra a e morte, stabilit e caducit , ordine e caos, l incerto confinNelle Metamorfosi, Ovidio si propone di mostrare tutto l universo, tutto il mondo con tutto ci che vi esiste di creare quasi un enciclopedia della natura duecentoquarantasei favole che costituiscono un ciclo unitario ed esprimono il carattere fluido e precario dell identit , l effimero equilibrio tra a e morte, stabilit e caducit , ordine e caos, l incerto confine tra l inconsistenza delle apparenze e la concretezza delle cose Nel fluire ininterrotto dell esistente, ogni trasformazione, ogni metamorfosi, un dramma pi doloroso della morte vera per la sua ambiguit , perch non n vita n morte.In appendice il saggio Il mito e le sue forme l eredit delle Metamorfosi nella cultura occidentale di Emilio Pianezzola.
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    1. I bought this copy of Ovid s Metamorphoses when I was living in Rome It s the book I was reading on the plane when I left Rome, as the realization sunk in that an awesome and strange adventure was drawing to a close, and it s the book I was still reading when I moved back to Minneapolis and attempted to readjust to life as a Midwestern college undergrad.I was reading Metamorphoses at the cafe a few blocks away from my apartment when a strange man gave me that little terror of a kitten, Monster A [...]

    2. Throughout all ages, If poets have vision to prophesy truth, I shall live in myFame Thus the closing lines of Ovid s Metamorphoses He was certainly right in his statement, but it feels like an appropriate irony that his work has been transformed, metamorphosed, over the millennia since he wrote his compilation of Roman and Greek literature I have known most of the collected stories since my early days at university, but only now finished reading the Metamorphoses as a whole, from cover to cover, [...]

    3. To read this in English is to not have read it The few Latin verses I could read and understand were pleasurable than all the wonderful myths and twisted fates The verses take the form of what it describes, they flow or pause or rear up along with its subject The translation feels beautiful at those rare times when I can call to mind some of the great works of art inspired by those artists who loved and lived these verses No statues were made by artists inspired by translations.

    4. Sex, violence, and humor are often painted as low and primitive the signs of a failing culture Yet it is only in cultures with a strong economy and a substantial underclass that such practices can rise from duty to pastime As Knox s introduction reminds us, Ovid s time was one of pervasive divorce, permissive laws, and open adultery, and our humble author participated in all of them.Eventually, the grand tyrant closed his fist over the upper classes, exerting social controls and invoking the mor [...]

    5. Siempre es vital, en todo lector de cl sicos que se precie de tal, recorrer las p ginas de los pioneros, los creadores, los que antecedieron a toda la literatura moderna, tal es el caso de Ovidio como tambi n lo son Virgilio, Homero, S focles, Esquilo, Eur pides y tantos otros He le do con inter s la mayor a de las transformaciones narradas en Las Metamorfosis y por supuesto, algunas me gustaron m s que otras por eso enumero la galer a de mitos que desfilan por sus gloriosas p ginas Todos ellos [...]

    6. Happy is the man who has broken the chains which hurt the mind, and has given up worrying once and for all Ovid, MetamorphosesOvid the David Bowie of Latin literature I chewed on this book of myth poems the entire time I was tramping around Rome I was looking for the right words to describe my feelings about it It isn t that I didn t like it It is an unequivocal masterpiece I m amazed by it I see Ovid s genes in everything paintings, sculptures, poems and prose He is both modern and classic, rev [...]

    7. PrefaceChronologyIntroduction NotesFurther ReadingTranslator s Note MetamorphosesNotesGlossary IndexMap of Ovid s Mediterranean World

    8. I m re reading this from bits I consumed throughout my youf as a mythology dork, but the use of Roman names rather than their Greek equivalents requires a lot of stopping and re referencing to figure out who the F is being discussed My Roman numerals suck too, since we re on the subject Anyway, I decided to restart this in conjunction with reading Venus in Furs because that novel brought to mind the Pygmalion myth, which brings to mind The Sea Came in at Midnight, and somehow these all conglomer [...]

    9. Quase tr s meses depois cheguei ao fim da caminhada por este mundo nico e maravilhoso N o foi uma leitura f cil Primeiro lia depois decifrava a seguir pesquisava e finalmente resumia Fui feliz em todas as fases Os meus amigos e a minha fam lia n o dir o o mesmo pois, sempre que os apanhei a jeito, torturei os contando lhes algumas destas hist rias tr gicas de deuses e humanos das suas paix es, dios, ci mes, vingan as, desgostos, guerras, e tudo o que, dois mil anos depois, ainda move o mundo His [...]

    10. Gods and their love affairs Gods and their love affairs with mortals Fate, covetousness, allegiance, brutalities, treachery and chastisements metamorphosing from the cocoon of mighty love The discordant waves of love dangerously destabilizing romantic notions overwhelming morality and raison d tre of Gods and mortals alike Ovid makes you want to write intense poetry and feel affectionate to the idea of love as a device of alteration for better or worse Love does not conquer all it destroys and a [...]

    11. This book is phenomenal.I had read parts of the Metamorphoses in high school, and my focus then was on the language and structure of the text, not so much on the stories That s just what happens when you re trying to learn how to translate texts from Latin When I picked up the book again earlier this year, I had no such restrictions and no deadline and I was looking forward to reading Ovid s history of the world from its creation to Julius Caesar.What I was looking forward to even , was to read [...]

    12. The Romans have a reputation as the great copycats of antiquity After all, these were a people who borrowed a large amount of their culture, including most of their gods, from their neighbors This reputation for imitation certainly holds true when looking at Roman literature Plautus and Terence borrowed wholesale from Menander and other Greek playwrights Lucretius De Rerum Natura, for all of its merits, is basically restating the views of Epicurus Catullus and Propertius imitated Callimachus Hor [...]

    13. Oh, Ovid What I wouldn t give to travel back in time and make sweet love to you on an island in the middle of the Mediterranean.No, I don t think it s unhealthy to have lustful fantasies about Ovid I don t care what you think I do very much care that his work was lush, provocative and unforgettable in its revolutionary translation often taking liberties of what was at the time contemporary folk literature A treasury of verse

    14. I confess that reading Ovid s Metamorphoses has left me a changed man His focus on transformation parables of ancient myths taught me quite a bit about change I was intrigued by how often unwanted change was unwillingly created by life denying action that angers one of the gods All the great figures of ancient times are here Daedalus, Achilles, Paris, Perseus, Hector, Pygmalion, Midas, Helen and Aeneas to name but a few The origins of common fables must have had their ancient roots in Ovid So mu [...]

    15. NARCISSUS AND ECHO The Birth of NarcissusNarcissus was fathered by Cephisus, who forcefully ravished the dark river nymph, Liriope.Narcissus was so beautiful that, even in his cradle, you could have fallen in love with him.His family asked a seer whether he would live to a ripe old age He replied, Yes, if he does not come to know himself At first, it seemed that this reply was innocuous However, ultimately, according to Ovid, it was proven to be true for two reasons the strange madness that affl [...]

    16. This book should be an absolute delight to anyone interested in European literature or art Written in the first century AD it represents the first effort to anthologize Greek mythology and integrate the whole into the history of the Roman empire I only regret that as undergraduate I never took a course with this work on the program.Having read the Metamorphoses without the benefit a classics professor to guide me I am quite glad that it was not the first collection of Greek myths that I read I h [...]

    17. Metamorphoses is an epic poem written by Latin poet Publius Ovidius Naso, also known as merely Ovid It s compounded by fifteen books that narrates this author s perspective of the world, from the Creation of it to his days in the Roman Empire through a recollection of fantastic myths about transformation, either out of prayer or punishment, but always by divine intervention It is important, however, to take into account that often, when Ovid refers to these deities, throughout his epic verses, h [...]

    18. Ovid was ignored by classical scholars for a long time as being frivolous and just not serious enough He has now been rehabilitated and Metamorphoses is recognised as being one of the most complex, sophisticated and problematic poems of the age of Augustus.It s also one of the wittiest and most accessible, and this translation deserves prizes for being both faithful to the original Latin and yet reading beautifully in modern English blank verse.Too often regarded as a compendium of Greek and Rom [...]

    19. Torn as to how to rate this one Based on creativity, prose style, and humor 5 stars Based on overabundance of disturbing, disgusting content 1 star.This book is not for the faint of art, or the casual mythology fan.Ovid s aim was to encompass all of mythology into a single narrative, and he very nearly succeeded The only places where he cheats a little are on the myths that already had either several or definitive versions the Labors of Hercules, the Trojan War, and the wanderings of Odysseus an [...]

    20. I ve been reading retelling of Greek mythology all my life, so it s probably time to read it in a authentic form There are many English translations for Metamorphoses I think the enjoyment of reading depends very much on the quality of translation, so this review compares the various versions Translated by Charles Martin Norton 2004I bought this after reading this comparison It s subtly but undeniable frustrating to me I guess the first paragraph invocation is not the best passage to get a good [...]

    21. What a delightful book Most of the myths contained herein were ones with which I was already familiar, many from high school Latin, but I d not read the work in its entirety What a treat it was to read it from start to finish, as Ovid had organized it Ovid is a witty and urbane Latin writer of the last half of the first century BC and the early years of the first century AD, and he creatively used the myths of Greece to create a book that is a light entertainment as well as commentary on the eva [...]

    22. THIS PATTERN SHOWS UP A LOT My English II class taught me that authors use repetition of themes to tell you that they re important, so, that means this pattern must be REAL important 1 Jupiter inexplicably rapes the Fair Maiden.2 Juno uses trickery trickery to cause the Fair Maiden to unwillingly screw everything up.3 The Fair Maiden cries so much, she makes this river 4 The Fair Maiden inexplicably turns into a tree Usually some sort of soliloquoy about the unfairness of the situation occurs be [...]

    23. A story of change and transformation14 March 2014 The first thing that came into my mind as I was reading this book is a concept that was developed by the Ancient Greek philosopher Democritus matter is never created or destroyed, it only ever changes form Then there is the idea Ovid explores the universe in which we live is in a constant state of flux Granted, this is the second time that I have read this book and in fact this particular translation, and I do plan on reading it again and I must [...]

    24. 4 Stars, Completed April 24, 2016They say leave the best for last, right My last assigned reading for my classics class happened to be my favorite It incorporated all the famous myths I already knew and some unknown ones I haven t heard before but also put them all in context and sequence.Ovid s Metamorphoses documents the origin and creation of the world up until the life of the poet himself There are some familiar segments pulled from The Iliad my review , The Odyssey, and The Aeneid my review [...]

    25. Homeros un lyada ve Odysseia ve Virgilius un Aeneis destanlar n n izinden giderek d nyan n yarad l ndan Julius Caesar n evlatl k o lu Agustus zaman na kadar olan neredeyse t m nemli mitolojik olaylar okuyucuya sunan Metamorphoses D n mler , Ovidius un edebiyat tarihine kazand rd m kemmel bir ba yap t Kitab okumak i in Antik Yunan edebiyat na ok a hakim olmak gerekiyor O y zden eserin benim gibi Antik Yunan ve Roma edebiyat n bitirmek zere olan okuyucular n son dura olmas gerekti ini d n yorum Ak [...]

    26. 33 Metamorphoses by Ovid, translated by A D Melville, notes by E J Kenneyoriginal date circa 8 cetranslated 1986format Paperbackacquired Library book sale 2012read July 23 Aug 15rating 5I m not and cannot properly review Ovid s Metamorphoses Instead just scattered notes Metamorphoses has tended to fall out of favor at different times because it s mainly entertaining It seems it kind of mocks serious study, or can in certain perspectives And it is entertaining in a very flexible way You can read [...]

    27. Benim gibi bazen bir resim heykel zerinden bazen s zl kten, tekrar tekrar mit okumaya doyamayanlar i in harika bir y r nge iziyor Ovid D n mler in, t pk iyi bir heykelin do as gere i mekan n yaratmas n n tesinde, kendi zaman n da yaratmas gibi bir etkisi var.

    28. The changes that teem in Ovid s rambunctious altogether wonderful catalogue a reinvention of the fairytales he grew up with, at once fat serpentine prompt chills of horror even as they feel off hand Stories spool out conversationally, each thread untangling to reveal another, we re not reading for the reassurance of arriving somewhere, like safe at home in Ithaca, but rather for the astonishment of getting everywhere, of going magnificently gaga Along the way, the transformations can wrench the [...]

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