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The Erotic Poems by Ovid

Author:Ovid

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Published: 2010-10-25T04:00:00+00:00

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The Erotic Poems by Ovid

433–6 Again, the request for a loan without intention of repayment recalls the advice given by Dipsas at Am 1.8.101–2. The word used here (435) to describe these gold-diggers is meretricum, literally ‘prostitutes’; but I suspect that what Ovid has in mind is their mercenary, quid pro quo attitude, and that the term is used as a conscious insult rather than as an accurate social description.

437ff. Ovid’s would-be lover is in the business of persuasion: specialized, but amenable to a traditional set of rules formulated by the rhetoricians. As we have already seen (Am. 1.15.1–6, with my note p. 288), Ovid’s professed aim is to adapt this talent to erotic and literary ends, while at the same time rejecting those activities–law, soldiering, statesmanship–with which it was more commonly associated. He now, qua instructor, outlines the potential of the written word as an initial approach to seduction.

440–44 There is deliberate cynicism in the choice of examples here, well suited to the complaints Ovid makes elsewhere (Am. 3.8.1ff.; AA 2.272ff., etc.) that gold is now the only potent persuader–a social objection regularly raised by angry conservative poets in antiquity (most notably, Theognis and Pindar). It was not only, or even primarily, Priam’s entreaties that overcame Achilles’ refusal to surrender Hector’s body, but the king’s ransom that the old man brought him: Homer Il. 24.228–35. Similarly, wrathful gods are more likely, in Ovid’s view, to be appeased by offerings than by prayers–or at least by prayers when suitable offerings accompany them.

 

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Author:Ovid

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Penguin Group USA, Inc.

Published: 2010-10-25T04:00:00+00:00
433–6 Again, the request for a loan without intention of repayment recalls the advice given by Dipsas at Am 1.8.101–2. The word used here (435) to describe these gold-diggers is meretricum, literally ‘prostitutes’; but I suspect that what Ovid has in mind is their mercenary, quid pro quo attitude, and that the term is used as a conscious insult rather than as an accurate social description.

437ff. Ovid’s would-be lover is in the business of persuasion: specialized, but amenable to a traditional set of rules formulated by the rhetoricians. As we have already seen (Am. 1.15.1–6, with my note p. 288), Ovid’s professed aim is to adapt this talent to erotic and literary ends, while at the same time rejecting those activities–law, soldiering, statesmanship–with which it was more commonly associated. He now, qua instructor, outlines the potential of the written word as an initial approach to seduction.

440–44 There is deliberate cynicism in the choice of examples here, well suited to the complaints Ovid makes elsewhere (Am. 3.8.1ff.; AA 2.272ff., etc.) that gold is now the only potent persuader–a social objection regularly raised by angry conservative poets in antiquity (most notably, Theognis and Pindar). It was not only, or even primarily, Priam’s entreaties that overcame Achilles’ refusal to surrender Hector’s body, but the king’s ransom that the old man brought him: Homer Il. 24.228–35. Similarly, wrathful gods are more likely, in Ovid’s view, to be appeased by offerings than by prayers–or at least by prayers when suitable offerings accompany them.

451–3 The italicized words are a direct quotation from Virgil (Aen. 6.129) and thus provide something rare in Ovid: specific parody. Aeneas has just made his heartfelt appeal to the Sibyl to show him the way to the underworld, where, we remember, a climactic vision of Rome’s future greatness awaits him (6.756–853): cf. my note on AA 2.79–82 (p. 366). The way down, the Sibyl replies, is simple, but ‘to retrace your steps, and get out into the upper air once more–this is the task, this the labour’. For Ovid, of course, the task and labour are to get your girl into bed without laying out expensive gifts on her first.

457–8 Acontius, a young man from the island of Ceos (modern Kea), off the Attica coast, saw Cydippe, chaperoned by her nurse, at the annual festival on Delos, and fell in love with her at first sight. He followed the pair to Artemis’ shrine, where he threw in front of the nurse an apple on which he had written the words: ‘I swear by Artemis I will marry Acontius.’ The nurse handed the apple to Cydippe–apples were frequently given as a declaration of love–and the girl, without thinking, read the message inscribed on it: aloud, as was the custom in antiquity. Though she threw the apple away, she still felt herself bound by this unintentional oath. Three times her father tried to marry her off to some other suitor: on each occasion Cydippe contracted a mysterious (and presumably psychosomatic) illness. Prior to their

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