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  • Acel, Zsolt. 'Der Orpheus des Epitaphios Bionos in den Werken von Vergil und Ovid.' AAntHung 47, 2007, 349-68.

  • Acosta-Hughes, Benjamin. 'Ovid and Callimachus. Rewriting the Master.' In: Peter E. Knox (ed.). A Companion to Ovid. Chichester & Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009 (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World), 236-51.

  • Ahl, Frederick M. Metaformations. Soundplay and Wordplay in Ovid and Other Classical Poets. Ithaca, NY & London: Cornell UP, 1985.

  • Albrecht, Michael von. Das Buch der Verwandlungen. Ovid-Interpretationen. Düsseldorf & Zürich 2000.

  • Alfonsi, Luigi & W. Schmid. 'Elegie.' In: Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum 4, 1959, 1026-61.

  • Almirall i Sardà, Jaume. 'Amor i navegació. Transsumptes de la poesia en els Amores d'Ovidi.' Faventia 17, 1995, 39-48.

  • Amann, Martin. Komik in den Tristien Ovids. Basel: Schwabe, 2005 (SBA 31). 304 pp. Samuel J. Huskey, BMCR 2006.12.13.

  • Amato, Eugenio. 'Note esegetiche e testuali alla Descriptio orbis di Dionisio d'Alessandria (II).' Arctos 37, 2003, 9-26.

  • Amato, Eugenio. 'Ovidio e l'aurea aetas: continuità di miti, continuazione di storie (a proposito di Met. XV,104).' Latomus 64, 2005, 910-8.

  • Ambühl, Annemarie. 'Sleepless Orpheus: Insomnia, Love, Death and Poetry from Antiquity to Contemporary Fiction.' In: E. Scioli & Christine Walde (edd.). Sub Imagine Somni: Nighttime Phenomena in Greco-Roman Culture. Pisa, 2010, 259-84.

  • Anderson, William S. Ovid's Metamorphoses, Books 6-10. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1972.

  • Anderson, William S. Ovid's Metamorphoses, Books 1-5. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.

  • Anderson, William S. P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses. Editio stereotypa editionis alterius (1982). München & Leipzig: Saur, 2001. xxviii, 419 pp.

  • Andrae, Janine. Vom Kosmos zum Chaos. Ovids Metamorphosen und Vergils Aeneis. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2003 (BAC 54). 285 pp. Rebecca Lämmle, MH 61, 2004, 245-6.

  • André, J. 'Ovide helléniste et linguiste.' RPh 49, 1975, 191-5.

  • Angiò, Francesca. 'Ermesianatte, fr. 7.77 Powell.' SemRom 5, 2002, 51-4.

  • Arcellaschi, André. 'Medée ou le mariage forcé.' REL 79, 2001, 152-62.

  • Aricò, Giuseppe. 'Diviso vertice flammae.' RFIC 100, 1972, 312-22.

  • Armstrong, Rebecca. 'Retiring Apollo. Ovid on the politics and poetics of self-sufficiency.' CQ 54, 2004, 528-50.

  • Armstrong, Rebecca. Ovid and His Love Poetry. London: Duckworth/Bristol Classical Press, 2005 (Classical Literature and Society). 192 pp. Niklas Holzberg, CR  57, 2007, 99-101.

  • Auhagen, Ulrike. Der Monolog bei Ovid. Tübingen: Narr, 1999. 244 pp.

  • Auhagen, Ulrike. 'Medea zwischen Ratio und Ratlosigkeit. Monologe bei Valerius Flaccus und Ovid (met. 7,11-71).' In: François Spaltenstein (ed.). Untersuchungen zu den Argonautica des Valerius Flaccus. Ratis omnia vincet III. München: Beck, 2004 (Zetemata 120), 91-103.

  • Baar, Mechthild. Dolor und ingenium. Untersuchungen zur römischen Liebeselegie. Stuttgart: Steiner 2006 (Palingenesia 88). 267 pp.

  • Bajard, Anne. 'La legende de Léandre et Hero dans la littérature latine. Du thème poétique a l'exploitation théatrale.' REL 80, 2002, 150-61.

  • Baldarelli, Beatrice. 'Schuld und Sühne im dionysischen Mythos: die Bestrafung der Kadmostöchter.' GB 25, 2006, 71-91.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. Voices and Narrative 'Instances' in the Metamorphoses. 1989.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. 'Discordant Muses.' PCPhS 37, 1991, 1-21.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. 'Future Reflexive. Two Modes of Allusion and Ovid's Heroides.' HSCPh 95, 1993, 333-65 = Speaking Volumes. Duckworth, 2001, 29-47.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. The Poet and the Prince. Ovid and Augustan Discourse. Berkeley 1997. xi, 292 pp. Translation of: Il poeta e il principe. Ovidio Naso e il discorso augusteo (1994). M.R. Gale, G&R 45, 1998, 240-1 || G. Tissol, CPh 94, 1994, 238-43 || W. Schubert, Gnomon 73, 2001, 306-9 || A. Gosling, Scholia Reviews 9, 2000.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. 'Vers une histoire à rebours de l'élégie latine. Les Héroïdes "doubles" (16-21).' ElAnt 5.1, 1999.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. 'Vers une histoire à rebours de l'élégie latine. Les Héroides "doubles" (16-21).' Electronic Antiquity 5, 1999.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. Speaking Volumes. Narrative and Intertext in Ovid and Other Latin Poets. Edited and translated by Matt Fox and Simone Marchesi. London: Duckworth, 2001. 206 pp. M. Lowrie, BMCR 2002.06.38 || S. Dambe, AClass 45, 2002, 133-7 || P. Hardie, JRS 93, 2003, 376-7 || A. Gosling, Scholia Reviews 11, 2002 || Martin Brady, Classics Ireland 11, 2004 (http://www.classicsireland.com).

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. 'Niente sangue per Cupido (Ov. rem. 25-26).' In: Roberto Gazich (ed.). Fecunda licentia: tradizione e innovazione in Ovidio elegiaco. Atti delle giornate di studio, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Brescia e Milano, 16-17 aprile 2002. Milano: Vita e Pensiero, 2003 (Letteratura greca e latina, Ricerche), 37-48.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro (ed.). Ovidio Metamorfosi. Translation by Ludovica Koch. Volume I: Libri I-II (Alessandro Barchiesi); Volume II: Libri III-IV (Gianpiero Rosati). Milano: Fondazione Lorenzo Valla/Mondadori, 2007. 354 pp. Vol. I: Sergio Casali, BMCR 2006.07.38.

  • Barchiesi, Alessandro, Jörg Rüpke & Susan A. Stephens (edd.). Rituals in Ink. A Conference on Religion and Literary Production in Ancient Rome, held at Stanford University in February 2002. Stuttgart: Steiner, 2004 (Potsdamer Altertumswissenschaftliche Beiträge 10). viii, 182 pp.

  • Barchiesi, Allessandro. 'Music for monsters: Ovid's Metamorphoses, Bucolic evolution, and bucolic criticism.' In: Marco Fantuzzi and Theodore Papanghelis (edd.). Brill's Companion to Greek and Latin Pastoral. Leiden: Brill, 2006 (Brill's Companions in Classical Studies).

  • Barigazzi, Adelmo. 'Properzio, Ovidio ed Euforione, fr. 43 P.' RFIC 90, 1962, 297-8.

  • Barsby, John. Ovid. Second edn. Oxford: OUP, 1991.

  • Bartalucci, Aldo. 'Il lessico dei catasterismi nel De astronomia di Igino e nei testi omologhi.' SCO 38, 1988, 353-72.

  • Barwick, K. 'Ovids Erzählung vom Raub der Proserpina und Nikanders Heteroioumena.' Hermes 34, 1925, 110-12.

  • Barwick, K. 'Ovids Erzählung vom Raub der Proserpina und Nikanders Heteroioumena.' Philologus 80, 1925, 454-66.

  • Bate, M.S. Tempestuous poetry. Storms in Ovid's Metamorphoses, Heroides and Tristia.' Mnemosyne 57, 2004, 295-310.

  • Battistella, Chiara. 'Le "costellazioni" di Arianna (Ov. Her. 10,95 e Apoll. Rhod. 3,997-1004). MD 57, 2006, 217-22.

  • Battistella, Chiara . 'Momenti intertestuali nell'Ibis.' SIFC 8, 2010, 179-202.

  • Beck, Marcus. Die Epistulae Heroidum XVIII und XIX des Corpus Ovidianum. Echtheitskritische Untersuchungen. M. Negri, Athenaeum 89, 2001, 253.

  • Beck, Marcus. 'Ein argumentum a finitione in Cydippes Mund.' Hermes 130, 2002, 238-41.

  • Beissinger, Margaret H., Jane Tylus & Susanne Wofford (edd). Epic Traditions in the Contemporary World. The Poetics of Community. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1999. 333 pp. C. Martindale, JRS 91, 2001, 215-6.

  • Bellido Diaz, Jose Antonio. 'Desde Calímaco a Cervantes. Una imagen venatoria en contexto amatorio.' a hunting image in a love context.' Anales Cervantinos 40, 2008, 133-43.

  • Bernays, Ludwig. 'Ein Textproblem in Ovids Elegie Am. 1.15.' Mnemosyne 53, 2000, 713-8.

  • Bernsdorff, Hans. 'Arachnes Efeusaum (Ovid, Metamorphosen 6, 127-8).' Hermes 125, 1997, 347-56.

  • Bernsdorff, Hans. 'Q. Sulpicius Maximus, Apollonios von Rhodos und Ovid.' ZPE 118, 1997, 105-12.

  • Bernsdorff, Hans. Kunstwerke und Verwandlungen. Vier Studien zu ihrer Darstellung im Werk Ovids. Frankfurt 2000.

  • Berrino, Nicoletta Francesca. 'Ovidio, Tristia 2, 105-106: l'"inscius Actaeon". InvLuc 29, 2007, 15-26.

  • Bertini, F. 'Gli Amores di Ovidio tra filologia e letteratura.' In: Antonietta Porro & Guido Milanese (edd.). Poeti e filologi, filologi-poeti: Composizione e studio della poesia epica e lirica nel mondo greco e romano. Atti del congresso Brescia 26-27 aprile 1995. Aevum(ant) 8, 1995, 199-216.

  • Bessone, Federica. P. Ovidii Nasonis Heroidum Epistula XII: Medea Iasoni. Firenze 1997. 324 pp. J.C. McKeown, BMCR 98.9.30 || J. Reeson, CR 49, 1999, 53-5.

  • Bessone, Federica. 'Valerius Flaccus und die Medeen des Ovid.' In: U. Eigler & E. Lefèvre, in Zsarb. mit G. Manuwald (edd.). "Ratis omnia vincet." Neue Untersuchungen zu den Argonautica des Valerius Flaccus. München 1998 (Zetemata 98), 141-71.

  • Bethe, Erich. 'Ovid und Nikander.' Hermes 39, 1904, 1-14.

  • Bettenworth, Anja. 'Ovid, Apollonius und Sappho. Die Liebessymptomatik der Medea in Ov. Met. 7.74-88.' Philologus 147, 2003, 101-13.

  • Binns, J.V. (ed.). Ovid. London & Boston, 1973.

  • Bömer, Franz. P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphosen. Addenda, Corrigenda, Indices. Heidelberg: Winter, 2006. 352 pp. Gauthier Liberman, BMCR 2006.10.17 || E.J. Kenney, CR 57, 2007, 410-3.

  • Booth, Joan & Guy Lee. Catullus to Ovid: Reading Latin Love Elegy. A Literary Commentary with Latin Text. London: Bristol Classical Press 1999. Barbara W. Boyd, Mouseion 2, 2002, 388 || Carol U. Merriam, Scholia Reviews 9, 2000.

  • Bopp, Heike. "Inscia capta puella." Akontios und Kydippe bei Kallimachos und bei Ovid. Diss. Münster 1964.

  • Boyd, Barbara Weiden. Ovid's Literary Loves. Influence and Innovation in the Amores. Ann Arbor 1997.

  • Boyd, Barbara Weiden. 'Celabitur auctor. The Crisis of authority and narrative patterning in Ovid Fasti.' Phoenix 54, 2000, 64-98.

  • Boyd, Barbara Weiden (ed.). A Companion to Ovid. Leiden: Brill, 2002. 533 pp. R. Gibson, BMCR 2003.01.34 || N. Holzberg, JRS 93, 2003, 374-6 || M.S. Cummings, Mouseion 3, 2003, 57ff. || S.J. Green, CR 53, 2003, 365-7.

  • Boyd, Barbara Weiden. 'Itala nam tellus Graecia maior erat. "Poetic Syncretism" and the Divinities of Ovid, Fasti 4.' Mouseion 3, 2003, 13ff.

  • Boyd, Barbara Weiden. 'Two Rivers and the Reader in Ovid, Metamophoses 8.' TAPhA 136, 2006, 171-206.

  • Boyle, Anthony J. Ovid and the Monuments. A Poet's Rome. Bendigo: Aureal, 2003. 318 pp. Jo-Marie Claassen, Scholia Reviews 13, 2004 || Karl Galinsky, JRS 95, 2005, 288|| Geraldine Herbert-Brown, CR 55, 2005, 135-8.

  • Braden, Gordon. The Classics and English Renaissance Poetry: Three Case Studies (Golding's Ovid; "The divine Poem of Musaeus"; Robert Herrick and Classical Lyric Poetry). New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 1978.

  • Braun, Ludwig. 'Die Dichter und die Sterne.' WJA 24, 2000, 207-20.

  • Braune, Julius. Nonnos und Ovid. Greifswald: H. Dallmeyer, 1935 (Greifswalder Beiträge zur Literatur- und Stilforschung 11). 41 pp. Rudolf Keydell, Gnomon 11, 1935, 597-605 || Bayet, REL 1935, 401 || Paul Collart, REG 1936, 490 || Paul Maas, ByzZ 1935 385-387 || Geoffrey B.A. Fletcher, CR 1936, 239 || Lenz, PhW 1937, 96-9.

  • Braune, Julius. 'Nonno e Claudiano., Maia 1, 1948, 176-93.

  • Bretzigheimer, G. Ovids Amores. Poetik in der Erotik. Tübingen: Narr, 2001. S. Wheeler, JRS 92, 2002, 244.

  • Brown, Sarah A. Ovid. Myth and Metamorphosis. London: Bristol Classical Press, 2005 (Ancients in Action). 159 pp. Betty Rose Nagle, BMCR 2005.09.34 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2005/2005-09-34.html).

  • Brugnoli, Giorgio. 'Anna Perenna.' In: Gallo Italo & Luciano Nicastri (edd.). Cultura, poesia, ideologia nell'opera di Ovidio Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1991 (Pubblicazioni dell'Università degli Studi di Salerno, sezione Atti, convegni, miscellanee 33), 147-68.

  • Brugnoli, Giorgio. 'Anna Perenna.' In: Gallo Italo & Luciano Nicastri (edd.). Cultura, poesia, ideologia nell'opera di Ovidio Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 1991 (Pubblicazioni dell'Università degli Studi di Salerno, sezione Atti, convegni, miscellanee 33), 147-68.

  • Brunner, T. F. 'The function of the simile in Ovid's Metamorphoses.' CJ 61, 1965/66, 354-63.

  • Buxton, Richard. Forms of astonishment: Greek myths of metamorphosis. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. xvi, 281 pp.

  • Cairns, Francis. 'The "etymology" in Ovid Heroides 20.21-32.' CJ 98, 2002/03, 239-42.

  • Calderón Dorda, Esteban. 'Traducciones latinas perdidas de los Fenómenos de Arato.' Myrtia 5, 1990, 23-45 [French summary p. 132].

  • Cameron, Alan. Greek Mythography in the Roman World. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004 (APA American Classical Studies 48). xvii, 346 pp. James J. Clauss, CPh 101, 2006, 295-8 || Stephen M. Trzaskoma, BMCR 2005.09.20 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2005/2005-09-20.html).

  • Casali, Sergio. 'Censoring Aeneas's Voyage: Ovid's Commentary on 'Aeneid' 3.' TAPhA 137, 2007, 181-210.

  • Casanova-Robin, Hélène. 'D'Homère à Ovide. Le discours d''Ulysse dans l'armorum iudicium (Métamorphoses, XIII). Rhétorique et spéculiarité.' Gaia 7, 2003, 411-23.

  • Casanova-Robin, Hélène. 'Sur quelques occurrences de l'écriture épigrammatique chez Virgile (Bucoliques), Ovide (Héroïdes) et Pontano (Eclogues): des figures de clôture?' In: Bruno Bureau & Christian Nicolas (edd.). Commencer et Finir. Débuts et fins dans les littératures grecque, latine et néolatine. Actes du colloque organisé les 29 et 30 septembre 2006 par l' Université Jean-Moulin-Lyon 3 et l' ENS-LSH. Paris: Diffusion De Boccard, 2008 (Collection du Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches sur l'Occident Romain 31.2), 679-92.

  • Castiglioni, L. 'Epica Nonniana.' RIL 65, 1932, 309-37.

  • Catrein, Christoph. Vertauschte Sinne. Untersuchungen zur Synästhesie in der römischen Dichtung. Munchen & Leipzig: Saur (BzA 178), 2003. 240 pp. E.J. Kenney, BMCR 2003.09.46 || Nicholas Horsfall, CR 55, 2005, 491-3.

  • Cayless, Hugh. [Indirect Praise of Patrons in Poetry from Theocritus to Ovid. Diss. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, in progress].

  • Cazzaniga, Ignazio. 'La tradizione poetica ellenistica nella favola ovidiana di Giacinto. Euforione, Bione, Nicandro, schol. Nic. Th. 585.' PP 13, 1958, 149-65.

  • Cazzaniga, Ignazio. 'Uno spunto dell'Hecale callimachea in un passo della Vita di S. Filareto di Niceta d'Amnia?' PP 23, 1968, 224-7.

  • Ciappi, Maurizio. 'Nota al frg. 1 Blänsdorf (= 1 Courtney, 3 Lenz) dei Phaenomena di Ovidio.' RhM 146, 2003, 365-71.

  • Ciccarelli, Irma. Commento al II libro dei Tristia di Ovidio. Bari: Edipuglia, 2003 (Scrinia 21). 305 pp.

  • Cicu, Luciano. 'I Phaenomena di Ovidio.' Sandalion 2, 1979, 117-28.

  • Cirillo, Olga. 'Spunti di poetica tibulliana. Tra idillo ed epigramma alessandrino.' BStudLat 29, 1999, 44-62.

  • Claassen, Jo-Marie. Displaced Persons. The Literature of Exile from Cicero to Boethius. London 1999. M. Helzle, Scholia Reviews 9, 2000.

  • Claassen, Jo-Marie. 'Ovid's exilic word games.' CB 75, 1999, 23-36.

  • Cole, Thomas. 'Ovid, Varro, and Castor of Rhodes. The Chronological Architecture of the Metamorphoses.' HSCPh 102, 2006.

  • Coletti, Maria Laetitia. 'Aconzio e Cidippe in Callimaco e in Ovidio (Call. fr. 67 Pf. e Ovid. Her. XX 17ff.).'.

  • Conte, Gian Biago. 'Questioni di metodo e critica dell'autenticità. Discutendo ancora l'episodio di Elena.' MD 56, 2006.

  • Courtney, Edward. 'Ovid and an epigram on Philodemus.' LCM 15, 1990, 117-8.

  • Courtney, Edward. 'Catullus' yacht (or was it ?).' CJ 92, 1996/97, 113-22.

  • Creese, David. 'Erogenous organs: the metamorphosis of Polyphemus' syrinx in Ovid, Metamorphoses 13.784.' CQ 59, 2009, 562-77.

  • Crump, M. Marjorie. The Epyllion from Theocritus to Ovid. London 1931. Reprinted London: Duckworth, 1997. F. Muecke, AUMLA 90, 1998, 92-4 || Arnold M. Duff, CR 46, 1932, 184.

  • Curilik, L. 'Héro et Léandre chez Ovide et Musée.' In:  Publius Ovidius Naso. Lwow: Ed. de l'Université, 1960, 17-27.

  • D'Ippolito, Gennaro. 'Nonno di Panopoli e i poeti latini.' In: A. Sánchez-Ostoz, J.B. Torres Guerra & R. Martinez (edd.). De Grecia a Roma y de Roma a Grecia. Un camino de ida y vuelta. Pamplona: Ediciones Universidad de Navarra, 2007 (Mundo Antiguo n.s. 12), 311-32.

  • Dalzell, Alexander. The Criticism of Didactic Poetry. Essays on Lucretius, Virgil, and Ovid. Toronto: UTP, 1996 (Robson Classical Lectures 3). 240 pp. Monica R. Gale, EMC 17, 1998, 205-9.

  • Damschen, Gregor. 'Das lateinische Akrostichon. Neue Funde bei Ovid sowie Vergil, Grattius, Manilius und Silius Italicus.' Philologus 148, 2004, 88-115.

  • Danielewicz, Jerzy. 'Ovid's hymn to Bacchus (Met. 4.11ff.). Tradition and originality.' Euphrosyne 18, 1990, 73-84. Summary in Latin.

  • Davies, Malcolm. 'The boar hunt in Greek myth.' Prometheus 27, 2001, 1-8.

  • Davies, Malcolm. 'Heracles and Achelous.' Maia 56, 2004, 249-58.

  • Davis, P.J. Ovid and Augustus. A political reading of Ovid's erotic poems. London: Duckworth, 2006. 183 pp. frédéric Nau, BMCR 2007.06.43 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2007/2007-06-43.html).

  • De Cola, M. Callimaco ed Ovidio. Palermo: Trimarchi, 1937 (Studi Palermitani di Filologia classia 2). 124 pp. C. Cessi, BFC 44, 1937, 85-7 || H. Herter, DLZ 1938, 873 || E.A. Barber, CR 1938, 65 || Malcovati, Athenaeum 1938, 105-7 || A&R 1938, 262 || P. Collart, RPh 1939 88 || Severyns, AC 1939, 256 || E. Delage, REG 1939, 228 || Borzsak, EPhK 1938, 423-4 || Messer, AJPh 1940, 117-19 || L. Alfonsi, Aevum 1940, 147-50.

  • Dee, James H. Repertorium Ovidii Metamorphoseon hexametricum. Hildesheim: Olms, 2006 (Alpha-Omega A246). 424 pp. J.A. Richmond, BMCR 2006.10.31 || E.J. Kenney, CR 57, 2007, 408-10.

  • Degl'Innocenti Pierini, Rita. 'Le tentazioni giambiche del poeta elegiaco: Ovidio esule e i suoi nemici.' In: Roberto Gazich (ed.). Fecunda licentia: tradizione e innovazione in Ovidio elegiaco. Atti delle giornate di studio, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Brescia e Milano, 16-17 aprile 2002. Milano: Vita e Pensiero, 2003 (Letteratura greca e latina, Ricerche), 119-49.

  • Degl'Innocenti Pierini, Rita. 'Il "parto dell'orsa", ovvero divagazioni sulla "maternita letteraria" fra Virgilio e Ovidio.' SIFC 4, 2006, 210-28.

  • Degl'Innocenti Pierini, Rita. 'Erisittone prima e dopo Ovidio.' Prometheus 13, 1987, 133-59.

  • Della Corte, Francesco. 'Ovidiana deperdita.' Euphrosyne 5, 1972, 475-82.

  • Desmond, Marilynn. Ovid's Art and the Wife of Bath. The Ethics of Erotic Violence. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2006. 232 pp.

  • Diller, Hans. 'Die dichterische Eigenart von Ovids Metamorphosen.' HG 1934, 25-37.

  • Dimundo, Rosaria. 'Da Apollo a Cupido. Ov. Am. 1,1 e la scelta obbligata della poesia elegiaca.' Orpheus 6, 1985, 1-24.

  • Dimundo, Rosaria. L'elegia allo specchio. Studi sul I libro degli Amores di Ovidio. Bari 2000. Gabriel Laguna Mariscal & Antonio Ramírez de Verger, Gnomon 77, 2005, 270-3.

  • Dimundo, Rosaria. Ovidio. Lezioni d'amore. Saggio di commento al I Libro dell'Ars amatoria. Bari: Edipuglia, 2003. (Scrinia 22.) 309 pp. Jennifer Ingleheart, CR 56, 2006, 114-5.

  • Doll, Douglas Brien. Ovid's Metamorphoses 13.623-14.608. The influence of Apollonius' Argonautica upon Ovid's reading of Virgil. Diss. University of Colorado, Boulder, 2000. 214 pp. AAT 9969359. Summary: DAI-A 61.4, 2000, 1387.

  • Dominik, William J. 'Following in whose footsteps? The epilogue to Statius' Thebaid.' In: A.F. Basson & W.J. Dominik (edd.). Literature, Art, History. Studies on Classical Antiquity and Tradition in Honour of W.J. Henderson. Frankfurt: Lang, 2003, 91-109. Stephen Evans, BMCR 2004.10.31.

  • Durbec, Yannick. 'Trois notes de philologie. Philitas de Cos (fr. 10 Pow.), La Lesbou ktisis, Apollonios de Rhodes (?) (fr. 12 Pow.), Posidippe (Epigr. 21 AB).' ZPE 160, 2007, 33-6.

  • Durbec, Yannick. 'Callimaque, Iambe I 3-4 et Ovide, Ibis, 1-6.' ZPE 173, 2010, 25-6.

  • Edmunds, Lowell. Intertextuality and the Reading of Roman Poetry. Baltimore & London: Johns Hopkins UP, 2000. xx, 201 pp. C. Martindale, CJ 99, 2003/04, 95-8 || S. Goldhill,  CW 96, 2002/03, 331-2 || P.R. Hardie, CR 52, 2002, 296-7 || D.J. Kuyat, BMCR 2002.08.37 || J. Fabre-Serris, Gnomon 75, 2003, 449.

  • Edwards, Preston C. 'Tis allos echei. An echo of Callimachus in Ovid's Metamorphoses.' NECJ 29, 2002, 16-24.

  • Ehlers, Wilhelm. 'Die Ciris und ihr Original.' MH 11, 1954, 65-88.

  • Eitrem, Samson. 'De Ovidio Nicandri imitatore.' Philologus 7, 1900, 58-63.

  • Eller, Karl Heinz. 'Die Metamorphose bei Ovid und Nonnos. Mythische Poesie im Vergleich.' AU 25, 1982, 88-98.

  • Ellis, Robinson (ed., trans.). Ovid: Ibis. With new introduction and bibliography by Gareth Williams. Bristol: Bristol Phoenix Press, 2008 (Classic Editions). xxvi, 204 pp.

  • Erbse, Hartmut. 'Beobachtungen über die Funktion der Metamorphose bei Ovid.' Hermes 131,  2003, 323ff.

  • Fabre-Serris, Jacqueline. 'Jeux de modèles dans l'alexandrinisme romain. Les hommages à Gallus dans la Bucolique X et l'Élégie I, 20 de Properce et ses échos ovidiens.' REL 73, 1995, 124-37.

  • Fabre-Serris, Jacqueline. 'Ovide lecteur de Parthenios de Nicée.' In: Arnaud Zucker (ed.). Littérature et érotisme dans les Passions d'amour de Parthénios de Nicée. Actes du colloque de Nice, 31 mai 2006. Grenoble: Éditions Jérôme Millon, 2008, 189-205. Alexander Sens, CR 60, 2010, 63-4 || Pol Tordeur, Latomus 69, 2010, 552 || Álvaro Ibáñez Chacón, FlorIlib 20, 2009, 353-4.

  • Fantham, Elaine. 'Lucan's Medusa-excursus. Its design and purpose.' MD 29, 1992, 95-119.

  • Fantham, Elaine. Ovid, Fasti Book IV. Cambridge 1998. W.S. Anderson, CW 93, 1999-2000, 118-9.

  • Fantham, Elaine. 'Chiron: the best of teachers.' In: A.F. Basson & W.J. Dominik (edd.). Literature, Art, History. Studies on Classical Antiquity and Tradition in Honour of W.J. Henderson. Frankfurt: Lang, 2003, 111-22. Stephen Evans, BMCR 2004.10.31.

  • Fantham, Elaine. Ovid's Metamorphoses. Oxford: OUP, 2004 (Oxford Approaches to Classical Literature). xii, 178 pp. Patricia J. Johnson, BMCR 2005.10.32 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2005/2005-10-32.html) || Ernst A. Schmidt, IJCT 12, 2005/06, 415-20.

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