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[[Metapoetry]] is to poetry what [[metafiction]] is to [[fiction]]. [[Metapoetry]] is to poetry what [[metafiction]] is to [[fiction]].
-:Some [[Ovid]] scholars have even interpreted ''[[Corinna]]'' as a '''metapoetic''' symbol for the elegiac genre itself. +:Some [[Ovid]] scholars have even interpreted ''[[Amores (Ovid)|Corinna]]'' as a '''metapoetic''' symbol for the elegiac genre itself.
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Metapoetry is to poetry what metafiction is to fiction.

Some Ovid scholars have even interpreted Corinna as a metapoetic symbol for the elegiac genre itself.




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