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In 1988, German novelist Christopher Ransmayr published The Last World to widespread critical acclaim. Ransmayr's novel is set in Tomi shortly after the death of Ovid and tells of a Roman admirer of the poet who is in search of a lost manuscript of the Metamorphoses.

Tristia is Ovid's personal account of his banishment. Although he never reveals the reason for his exile in the book, he expresses his most personal and deep-seated feelings about his exile.

Nobel Laureate J. M. Coetzee's novel Age of Iron (1997) tells the story of a dying elderly South African woman during apartheid. The war between blacks and whites is at its fiercest, and the letters the woman writes to her daughter who is in voluntary exile in America make up the narrative of the novel. Although not directly related to Ovid, Coetzee's work is a prime example of how the...

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