Metamorphoses

Notes

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  9. ^ Anderson 1998, p. 19.
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  11. ^ Wheeler 2000, p. 1.
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  13. ^ a b Galinsky 1975, p. 41.
  14. ^ Galinsky 1975, p. 4.
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  16. ^ a b Solodow 1988, p. 18.
  17. ^ Harrison 2006, p. 88.
  18. ^ Otis 2010, p. 83.
  19. ^ Meville 2008, p. 466.
  20. ^ Melville 2008, p. xvi.
  21. ^ Melville 2008, p. 379.
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  42. ^ Meville 2008, pp. 392–3.
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  75. ^ Lyne 2006, p. 252.
  76. ^ Gillespie et al. 2004, pp. 208–9.
  77. ^ Lyne 2006, p. 254.
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  84. ^ Lyne 2006, p. 259–60.

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