Kicking the Habit:the Significance of Consuetudo in interpreting the Fable of Cupid and Psyche.
Ramus, 30(2) pp. 152–168.
Looks at the way Apuleius uses abstract concepts as personifications in his novel METAMORPHOSES/ GOLDEN ASS and the function of them in relation to the myth of Cupid and Psyche as concepts.
||abstractions; Amor; animism; Apuleius; Cupid; consuetudo; curiosity; habit; Lucretius; minor deities; Psyche; sexual passion; restraint; Sobrietas; Sollicitudo; Temperance; Tristities
||Arts > Classical Studies
||19 Jul 2006
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