The Last Poems of Ovid
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The Last Poems of Ovid

By Ovid
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Last Poems of Ovid, by Ovid
  • THE LAST POEMS OF OVID
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
    • PREFACE
      • The intended audience of this edition
        • History of this edition
        • Nature of this edition
        • The HTML and Text versions of this edition
        • Enhancements made: the indices
        • The debt I owe to others
      • History of this edition
      • Nature of this edition
      • The HTML and Text versions of this edition
      • Enhancements made: the indices
      • The debt I owe to others
    • The intended audience of this edition
      • History of this edition
      • Nature of this edition
      • The HTML and Text versions of this edition
      • Enhancements made: the indices
      • The debt I owe to others
    • History of this edition
    • Nature of this edition
    • The HTML and Text versions of this edition
    • Enhancements made: the indices
    • The debt I owe to others
    • INTRODUCTION
      • Ex Ponto IV
        • Ovid's addressees in Ex Ponto IV
        • Differences between Ex Ponto IV and the earlier poetry from exile
        • The mixing of levels of diction
        • The letters to Sextus Pompeius
        • The letter to Suillius addressing Germanicus
        • The letters to Brutus and Graecinus
        • The letters to Tuticanus
        • Other letters to poets
        • The letter to Severus
        • The letter to Albinovanus Pedo
        • The letter to Gallio
        • The letter to Carus
        • The letter to Vestalis
        • The third poem
        • Poem xvi
      • Ovid's addressees in Ex Ponto IV
      • Differences between Ex Ponto IV and the earlier poetry from exile
      • The mixing of levels of diction
      • The letters to Sextus Pompeius
      • The letter to Suillius addressing Germanicus
      • The letters to Brutus and Graecinus
      • The letters to Tuticanus
      • Other letters to poets
      • The letter to Severus
      • The letter to Albinovanus Pedo
      • The letter to Gallio
      • The letter to Carus
      • The letter to Vestalis
      • The third poem
      • Poem xvi
    • Ex Ponto IV
      • Ovid's addressees in Ex Ponto IV
      • Differences between Ex Ponto IV and the earlier poetry from exile
      • The mixing of levels of diction
      • The letters to Sextus Pompeius
      • The letter to Suillius addressing Germanicus
      • The letters to Brutus and Graecinus
      • The letters to Tuticanus
      • Other letters to poets
      • The letter to Severus
      • The letter to Albinovanus Pedo
      • The letter to Gallio
      • The letter to Carus
      • The letter to Vestalis
      • The third poem
      • Poem xvi
    • Ovid's addressees in Ex Ponto IV
    • Differences between Ex Ponto IV and the earlier poetry from exile
    • The mixing of levels of diction
    • The letters to Sextus Pompeius
    • The letter to Suillius addressing Germanicus
    • The letters to Brutus and Graecinus
    • The letters to Tuticanus
    • Other letters to poets
    • The letter to Severus
    • The letter to Albinovanus Pedo
    • The letter to Gallio
    • The letter to Carus
    • The letter to Vestalis
    • The third poem
    • Poem xvi
    • TEXTUAL INTRODUCTION
      • The Manuscripts
        • G
        • B and C
        • MFHILT
        • M
        • F
        • H
        • I
        • L
        • T
        • P
        • Titles
        • The manuscript authority for the text of Ex Ponto IV
        • The present edition
        • Printed editions
      • G
      • B and C
      • MFHILT
      • M
      • F
      • H
      • I
      • L
      • T
      • P
      • Titles
      • The manuscript authority for the text of Ex Ponto IV
      • The present edition
      • Printed editions
    • The Manuscripts
      • G
      • B and C
      • MFHILT
      • M
      • F
      • H
      • I
      • L
      • T
      • P
      • Titles
      • The manuscript authority for the text of Ex Ponto IV
      • The present edition
      • Printed editions
    • G
    • B and C
    • MFHILT
    • M
    • F
    • H
    • I
    • L
    • T
    • P
    • Titles
    • The manuscript authority for the text of Ex Ponto IV
    • The present edition
    • Printed editions
    • P. OVIDI NASONIS EPISTVLARM EX PONTO LIBER QVARTVS
    • CONSPECTVS SIGLORVM
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • IIII
    • V
    • VI
    • VII
    • VIII
    • IX
    • X
    • XI
    • XII
    • XIII
    • XIV
    • XV
    • XVI
    • COMMENTARY
    • I. To Sextus Pompeius
    • II. To Cornelius Severus
    • III. To An Unfaithful Friend
    • IV. To Sextus Pompeius
    • V. To Sextus Pompeius
    • VI. To Brutus
    • VII. To Vestalis
    • VIII. To Suillius
    • IX. To Graecinus
    • X. To Albinovanus Pedo
    • XI. To Gallio
    • XII. To Tuticanus
    • XIII. To Carus
    • XIV. To Tuticanus
    • XV. To Sextus Pompeius
    • XVI. To a Detractor
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • 1. Editions and commentaries
        • 2. Works cited
      • 2. Works cited
    • 1. Editions and commentaries
      • 2. Works cited
    • 2. Works cited
    • INDEX OF TOPICS DISCUSSED
      • INDEX OF TEXTUAL EMENDATIONS
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • INDEX OF TEXTUAL EMENDATIONS
    • FOOTNOTES:
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