In the works written during his relegation in Tomi, Ovid devotes much attention to the literary scene in Rome during the first and second part of Augustan age, but he tells us little or nothing about the literature of the Tiberian age. At the same time, he offers many reflections on the works written by him in Rome before the relegation (especially on Ars), but when he speaks of them, his words are not really believable, because conditioned by the desire to justify his choices or by intention to condemn some poems, in view of an unlikely rehabilitation.
|Titolo:||Prospettive sulla letteratura augustea nella produzione ovidiana dell’esilio|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
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