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Ovid in Exile

Power and Poetic Redress in the <i>Tristia</i> and <i>Epistulae ex Ponto</i>

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This study considers exile in Ovid's <i>Tristia</i> and <i>Epistulae ex Ponto</i> as a place of genuine suffering and a metaphor for poetry's marginalization from Rome. It analyzes, in particular, the poet's representation of himself and the emperor Augustus against the background of Roman religion, law, and poetry.

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