Ovid and the Moderns
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- After beginning with a discussion of Giorgio de Chirico’s Ariadne paintings of 1912 and the Hofmannsthal-Strauss opera Ariadne auf Naxos, Ziolkowski considers European literary landmarks from the High Modernism of Joyce, Kafka, Mandelstam, and Pound, by way of the mid-century exiles, to postmodernism and the century’s end, when a surge of interest in Ovid was fueled by a new generation of translations.
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