Cover

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pp. 1-1

Title Page, Copyright

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pp. 2-5

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INTRODUCTION

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pp. v-ix

JUST A YEAR and a few days after Julius Caesar's fatal Ides of March, Publius Ovidius Nasa (we know him as Ovid, though W. S. Gilbert uses Naso, rhyming on say so, in one of the lyrics in Iolanthe) was born, on his brother's first birthday, in the town of Sulmo. That...

CONTENTS

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pp. xi-xiv

BOOK I

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pp. 3-27

BOOK II

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pp. 28-56

BOOK III

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pp. 57-80

BOOK IV

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pp. 81-106

BOOK V

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pp. 107-128

BOOK VI

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pp. 129-152

BOOK VII

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pp. 153-180

BOOK VIII

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pp. 181-208

BOOK IX

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pp. 209-233

BOOK X

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pp. 234-258

BOOK XI

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pp. 259-284

BOOK XII

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pp. 285-304

BOOK XIII

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pp. 305-337

BOOK XIV

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pp. 338-364

BOOK XV

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pp. 365-392

GLOSSARY AND INDEX

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pp. 393-401