(2004). What lies beneath: fluid subtexts in Ovid's Metamorphoses.
In: Zimmerman, Maaike and Van der Paardt, Rudi eds.
Metamorphic Reflections: essays presented to Ben Hijmans on his 75th birthday.
Leuwen: Peeters, pp. 1–19.
looking at characters associated with pools and springs in Ovid's epic poem and finding less obvious subjects also with water images or metaphors in their narratives.Re-appraising aspects of transformation as a natural corollary or a subtle allusion to other suppressed mythical versions of characters' fates
||Apollo; Arethusa; Callisto; Daphne; Diana; Hermaphroditus; Jupiter; landscape; Marsyas; metamorphosis; Mercury; Philomela; pools; Pyramus; Tereus; Thisbe; Water
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