What is the condition of victims in Ovid’s Metamorphoses?

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Another aspect to explore regarding the condition of victims in Ovid’s Metamorphoses is Ovid’s identification with persecuted artists. He clearly identifies himself with Arachne. According to Barolsky  Ovid portrays artist of various types, not warriors -as in Epic poems- as the principal heroes and heroines. The best example of Ovid manifesting his problems with authority is in Arachne: ‘Ovid is the ultimate author, the artist who embodies and unifies all of the arts. In short,...
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