Thursday, July 2nd, 2020

Phaedra to Hippolytus (Ovid, Heroides 4.1-36)

Quā, nisi tū dederis, caritūra est ipsa, salūtem mittit Amāzoniō Cressa puella virō. perlege, quodcumque est: quid epistula lēcta nocēbit? tē quoque in hāc aliquid quod iuvet esse potest; hīs arcāna notīs terrā pelagōque feruntur.   5 īnspicit acceptās hostis ab hoste notās. ter tēcum cōnāta loquī ter inūtilis haesit lingua, ter in prīmō restitit ōre […]

Saturday, June 27th, 2020

Briseis to Achilles part 1 (Ovid, Heroides 3.1-66)

There are still a couple of days left to sign up to join me and Chun Liu of Peking University for an online workshop reading Ovid’s Heroides, July 15-20, 2020: http://blogs.dickinson.edu/dcc/2020/05/03/2020-ovid-heroides-online-workshop-announcement/ Deadline to register is July 1, 2020. Quam legis, ā raptā Brīsēide littera vēnit, vix bene barbaricā Graeca notāta manū. quāscumque adspiciēs, lacrimae fēcēre litūrās; […]