The Erotic Poems - Book 2, The Amores : Chapter 3, Book 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, The Amores : Chapter 3, Book 3 Summary

This book has 15 poems. The style in which they are written is the same as the other ones. As in the previous sections, each of these will be concisely described. Readers should be aware that these guides are meant to supplement the actual works, not to supplant or substitute for them.

1. The theme here is double: the author writes of the gods and of his Muse. Both he has found in the ancient forest. The deity Elegy questions Ovid about his writing about love all the the time. He is forgiven for this.

2. This one is about meeting people by going out to the horse races. He is referring to it mainly as a location that is ideal for practicing flirtation and seduction.

3. Here the ladies are the subject matter. Their transgressions and blasphemies are...

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