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Contents List of Contributors xi 1.Lessons in Love: Fifty Years of Scholarship on the Ars Amatoria and Remedia Amoris 1 Steven J. Green Part I:Poetics 2.Love in Parentheses: Digression and Narrative Hierarchy in Ovids Erotodidactic Poems 23 Alison Sharrock 3.Staging the Reader Response: Ovid and His Contemporary Audience in Ars and Remedia 40 Niklas Holzberg 4.Vixisset Phyllis, si me foret usa magistro: Erotodidaxis and Intertextuality 54 Duncan F. Kennedy Part II:Erotics 5.In Ovid with Bed (Ars 2 and 3) 77 John Henderson 6.Women on Top: Livia and Andromache 96 Alessandro Barchiesi 7.Ovid, Augustus, and the Politics of Moderation in Ars Amatoria 3 121 Roy K. Gibson 8.The Art of Remedia Amoris: Unlearning to Love? 143 Gianpiero Rosati 9.Lethaeus Amor: The Art of Forgetting 166 Philip Hardie Part III:Politics 10.Erotic Aetiology: Romulus, Augustus, and the Rape of the Sabine Women 193 Mario Labate 11.The Art of Making Oneself Hated: Rethinking (Anti)Augustanism in Ovids Ars Amatoria 216 Sergio Casali 12.Ars Amatoria Romana: Ovid on Love as a Cultural Construct 235 Katharina Volk 13.Ovids Evolution 252 Molly Myerowitz Levine Part IV:Reception 14.Paelignus, puto, dixerat poeta (Mart. 2. 41. 2): Martials Intertextual Dialogue with Ovids Erotodidactic Poems 279 Markus Janka 15.Sex Education: Ovidian Erotodidactic in the Classroom 298 Ralph Hexter 16.Ovid in Defeat? On the Reception of Ovids Ars Amatoria and Remedia Amoris 318 Genevieve Liveley Appendix: Timeline 338 References 341 Indexes 361
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D. Ars amatoria.
Ovid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D. Remedia amoris.
Didactic poetry, Latin -- History and criticism.
Erotic poetry, Latin -- History and criticism.
Seduction in literature.
Love in literature.