By Helen Steiner Rice
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It is therefore aligned with progress and civilization in relation to land, shelter, society and the individual. In relation to society, cultus marks a developed urban environment in contrast to one that is rustic and lacking in the sophisticated markers of cultural evolution. In an advanced society, the sophisticates participate in the process of self-improvement, applying the precepts of cultus to educate the mind, perfect etiquette and enhance appearance. cultus thereby competes with nature because it alters it in order to improve upon it.
9); and even admits defeat (Am. 7). Not surprisingly, the cavalier attitude of the Amores, and the inherent indiﬀerence to the reforms of Augustus, have prompted scholars such as Davis (1999: 449) to regard the collection as equally controversial as the Ars Amatoria: Whereas in the Ars Amatoria the poet at least gestures towards defending himself against the charge of promoting adultery, in the Amores he openly presents himself as an adulterer. Augustus exiled Ovid to Tomis because of the Ars Amatoria.
Also, Berman 1972; Zetzel 1996; Boyd 1997: 117–122). This statement provides a useful case study of Am. 14 and its interaction with Propertius (and Tibullus). Morgan is both right and wrong. In Am. 14 Ovid directly imitates Propertius, and yet a preference for natural feminine beauty expressed in the same poem is also an elegiac cliché. 1 – Dicebam tibi venturos, irrisor, amores I was constantly saying, mocking one, that love would come – is evident in Am. 1: Dicebam ‘medicare tuos desiste capillos’ I was constantly saying ‘Desist from treating your locks’ Additionally, Am.
A Collection Of Encouragement by Helen Steiner Rice