By Agnès Lafont
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Taking cross-disciplinary and comparative ways to the volume’s topic, this fascinating selection of essays bargains a reassessment of Shakespeare’s erotic and Ovidian mythology inside of classical and continental aesthetic contexts. via wide exam of mythological visible and textual fabric, students discover the transmission and reinvention of Ovidian eroticism in Shakespeare’s performs to teach how early glossy artists and audiences jointly engaged in redefining methods of considering excitement.
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