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In fact, the critic argues, both the insomnia plague (with biblical allusions) in Cien anos de soledad and the melting women in the Metamorphoses embody accounts of magical realism.
The Metamorphoses of Kinship" discusses the evolution of friendship, romance, and family has rapidly changed in past decades and what this had done to society.
Playing Gods: Ovid's Metamorphoses and the Politics of Fiction.
Metamorphosis; transformations of the body and the influence of Ovid's Metamorphoses on Germanic literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Shapeshifters" retells in modern prose and poetry some of the most famous of the Metamorphoses tales from Ovid.
For Gower, as McKinley shows, examples of (negative) behavior drawn from the Metamorphoses also become the instrument to provide political teaching and opinions: "[.
The section themed Metamorphosis includes an embroidery work of that name by Alice Kettle, and The Woodpecker, a tapestry by William Morris, uses Ovid's Metamorphoses as its inspiration.
Described by Jeffrey Sachs as "dazzling" (which it is), Growing Public is essentially about the welfare state and its various metamorphoses.
The Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra season begins on Saturday, October 16 at the Huddersfield Town Hall with a concert, entitled Symphonic Metamorphoses.
Following an introduction, which examines classical and Renaissance theories of imitation, chapter 1, on A Midsummer Night's Dream, considers how Pyramus and Thisbe imitates various elements of the larger play while simultaneously imitating a tale in Ovid's Metamorphoses as well as the "piteous overthrows" of the protagonists in Romeo and Juliet.
Each larva spins a silk cocoon around itself and becomes a pupa; after a few weeks, t metamorphoses (changes) into an adult.
I always knew I was gay, and it's alway's been a part of me," says Hall, who plays Poseidon and Hermes, among other Greek deities, in the new Broadway smash Metamorphoses.