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  1. Creations of Class: Antiquity in New York City. Aicher - 2021 - Arion 29 (2):151.
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  2. Toward an Interpretation of the Symbolism of the Oedipus Myth. Averintsev & Maslov - 2021 - Arion 29 (2):99.
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  3. Ovid and the Art of Metamorphoses at the Met. Barolsky - 2021 - Arion 29 (2):81.
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  4. Michelangelo. Bernstein - 2021 - Arion 29 (2):55.
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  5. Traversing No-Man's Land. Clay - 2021 - Arion 29 (2):1.
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  6. Three Poems. Dugan - 2021 - Arion 29 (2):95.
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  7. In Praise of Circles: Reading Daniel Mendelsohn's Three Rings. Simons - 2021 - Arion 29 (2):125.
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  8. Egypt or Maine: Horace and the Sublime in Robert Lowell. Weeda - 2021 - Arion 29 (2):57.
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  9. Mock Heroic before the Enlightenment—and After. West - 2021 - Arion 29 (2):15.
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  10. Homeric Epithets that Seem to Be Humorously Ironic. Benson - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):35.
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  11. Rendezvous. Blanchard - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):33.
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  12. Ballad. Ganas & Sharon - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):63.
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  13. On Reflection: Print in the Digital Age, Where Light Comes to Light. Golder - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):115.
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  14. Ode 1.11. Horace & Whalen - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):145.
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  15. Kore in April. Jordan - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):13.
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  16. La Sera del dì di Festa. Leopardi & Willett - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):113.
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  17. Bernini and the Poetics of Sculpture: The Capitoline Medusa. Ostrow - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):15.
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  18. Sculpture: Only Connect. Perry - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):1.
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  19. The End of Epic: Camilla and the Revenge of Dido. Powers - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):91.
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  20. Bless thee, Bottom … Thou art translated. Smith - 2021 - Arion 29 (1):147.
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  21. I Speak As Someone….Simon Armitage - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):3-3.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:the keats bicentennial 3 3 I Speak As Someone... I speak as someone whose skin was thinner than gold leaf, with a soul so porous the world blew though him in a light breeze, whose coughing landed his heart in his palm many times. And as someone who sailed the panicky seas of his own blood. In Naples Harbour the summer served its ten day quarantine below deck, till (...)
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  22. The Portrait of a Miniature Giant.Paul Barolsky - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):157-163.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: The Portrait of a Miniature Giant PAUL BAROLSKY There was a time when the art of the sixteenth -century Florentine painter Agnolo Bronzino was reviled for its aesthetic excesses. Writing in his classic “The Cicerone: An Art Guide to Painting in Italy,” the great nineteenth -century scholar Jacob Burckhardt wrote that “as an historical painter,” Bronzino must “be placed among the Mannerists,” a judgement equivalent to placing him (...)
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  23. Unmasking the Maxim: An Ancient Genre And Why It Matters Now.W. Robert Connor - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):5-42.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Unmasking the Maxim: An Ancient Genre And Why It Matters Now W. ROBERT CONNOR We live surrounded by maxims, often without even noticing them. They are easily dismissed as platitudes, banalities or harmless clichés, but even in an age of big data and number crunching we put them to work almost every day. A Silicon Valley whiz kid says, Move Fast and Break Things. Investors try to Buy (...)
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    Freud, Archaeology and Egypt: Religion, Materiality and the Cultural Critique of Origins.Simon Goldhill - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):75-104.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:Freud, Archaeology and Egypt: Religion, Materiality and the Cultural Critique of Origins SIMON GOLDHILL In memoriam John Forrester i. With a rhetoric that is as self-serving as it is historically false, scientific writers since the Second World War have insisted that Darwin’s evolutionary biology was the breakthrough that heralded the triumph of secularism and materialism, the very conditions of modernity: the Scientific Revolution. Darwin’s theorizing does have a specific (...)
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  25. Spring Fishing Song, Prehistoric Paros.John Eric Hamel - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):43-44.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:Spring Fishing Song, Prehistoric Paros JOHN ERIC HAMEL Come, tuna, iridescent whorl, Spin color through our rain-locked sea. Come, scatter winter’s smoke and spitting hail, The brazier’s headache, days of coiling clay, The endless shuttle. Let the restless needle be. Come, return the sea to life. The days of winter card our limbs to rope. Restore the muscle with your flesh, unfurl The cold’s crushing boredom into the sun. (...)
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  26. Three Odes. Horace & Charles Martin - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):73-74.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Three Odes HORACE (Translated by Charles Martin) To Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa No fears, Agrippa: your exploits will be Saluted by a bard who will eclipse Homer in singing your command of ships, Your winning use of cavalry. It won’t be us. Gifts far surpassing mine Are to be found in Varius, who sings Achilles’ spleen, Ulysses’ wanderings At sea, or Pelops’ nasty line. Of loftiness, we have a (...)
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  27. Six Poems.George Kalogeris - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):57-62.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Six Poems GEORGE KALOGERIS The Atomists To see what the matter is, in all of its dense, Teeming particulars, and not through the lens Of a microscope but by the most lucid, precise, Leap of imagination: the first was Leucíppus. But it was his student, Democritus, who stated That human understanding was truly futile, Given the random collisions of atoms. Still, He blinded himself to keep from being (...)
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  28. Freud between Oedipus and the Sphinx.Miriam Leonard - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):131-155.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:Freud between Oedipus and the Sphinx MIRIAM LEONARD Areproduction of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres’s neo-classical painting Oedipus and the Sphinx famously hung over Freud’s couch in his consulting room at Berggasse 19 [figure 1]. Nobody doubts the significance of the figure of Oedipus to the development of Freud’s thought, arion 28.3 winter 2021 Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, (1780–1867). Oedipus and the Sphinx, 1808. Oil on canvas. Photo Credit : Scala/ Art Resource, NY. (...)
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  29. The Keats Bicentennial.Roger L. Michel Jr - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):1-1.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:The Keats Bicentennial u To commemorate the bicentennial of the death of John Keats, the Institute for Digital Archaeaology, in collaboration with the Keats Shelley Memorial Association, has commissioned a series of poems inspired by the poet’s life and works, including the following pieces by UK Poet Laureate, Simon Armitage and poet and performance artist, Scarlett Sabet. All of the commissioned poems will be available in a new anthology (...)
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  30. The Elizabethan Bacchae.Stephen Orgel - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):63-71.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:The Elizabethan Bacchae STEPHEN ORGEL Euripides’s Bacchae, with its antic hero and celebration of the joys of revenge, would seem to be especially relevant to Elizabethan drama, an ancestor of The Spanish Tragedy or Hamlet. In fact, however, it seems to have been practically unknown to the Elizabethans. With the new ProQuest version of EEBO (Early English Books Online) it is now possible to search early English books for (...)
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  31. Freud and Leonardo in Egypt.Daniel Orrells - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):105-130.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:Freud and Leonardo in Egypt DANIEL ORRELLS Stories of selfhood were central to the nineteenth -century cultural and literary imagination.1 For numerous intellectuals of the nineteenth century, the Italian Renaissance had become a privileged site for thinking about the emergence of the category of the individualized self in the history of the West, in a grand narrative about the rupture from ecclesiastical authority to secular and scientific thinking. The (...)
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  32. The Two Creations: Metamorphoses: 1.5–162, 274–415. Ovid & C. Luke Soucy - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):45.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:The Two Creations: Metamorphoses: i.5–162, 274–415 OVID (Translated by C. Luke Soucy) The Metamorphoses of Ovid opens with the creation of the world, only to recount its destruction and recreation almost immediately after. These stories begin Ovid’s mythic anthology with a sustained exploration of the uncertain origin of humanity, the conflicts in its nature, and its uneasy place in a world governed by divine forces. The following excerpts endeavor (...)
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  33. 23rd February 1821: In Remembrance of John Keats.Scarlett Sabet - 2021 - Arion 28 (3):2-2.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:2 the keats bicentennial 23rd February 1821: In Remembrance of John Keats Body and flesh a compass for an Isle fervent with dissent your mind’s eye performed mercilessly beneath scalpel and pen and in between gasps and screams your lungs exhaled beauty and dreams your hands and fingers insistent, conjuring invocations of blood and love you clutched her neck as you stood before the precipice of death, and now (...)
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