dignus corpore cultus abest.tam fēlix essēs quam fōrmōsissima vellem: nōn ego tē factā dīvite pauper erō.stella tibi oppositī nocuit contrāria Martis; Mars abiit; signō nunc Venus apta suō. Amanda Amores is on Facebook. If by chance he offers you what he’s tasted himself. The tragedies of Sophocles will never be lost: nor Aratus as long as there’s a sun and moon: While devious slaves, stern fathers, cruel pimps. The mystery of his failure is solved. pūrō … in orbe: orbis can mean “the vault of heaven.”. It is, therefore, an important poem, and it is intriguingly different. repensa < rependō, rependere, rependī, repensum, “to make up for, balance.”. and I hugged her naked body against mine. 8Gross, N. “Ovid Amores 1.8: Whose Amatory Rhetoric?” Classical World 89 (1995–96): 197–206. Go no farther than the shore, Ovid advises, and let others tell you of Ceraunia. Even if we get past the unpleasant demonization of an elderly female retainer, there remains the problem of subtlety. Germ. Just one or two occasions are not enough. s attentions is a common figure in love elegy, and the fact that this rival is well off financially gives the narrator a real cause for concern. Still there’s nothing unworthy in asking gifts of the rich: those who can give have presents demanded of them. tibi: dative of reference, expressing point of view: “as far as you are concerned” (AG §378); the second i of tibi is usually short, but it can be lengthened to accomodate the meter. , “of Aeaea.” Aeaea was the island of the witch Circe, who used her magical powers to turn Odysseus’ men into animals. When the lasciviousness of our lovemaking occurs to you. 64105–106: praestiterīs: “bring to bear, apply”; for the long final syllable see on 1.4.31. nec tulerint: supply sī; a continuation of the protasis of the preceding line. and the tough wood of fellow-slaves, farewell, you doors! 暂无相关. her boyfriend); relative clause of purpose. Translators treat culpa as though it meant “accusation,” which produces clearer English, but the point is really that the sense of guilt (which the woman would otherwise feel) disappears when balanced by the man’s sense of guilt that she should create (hence tuā). La strega in amore. by love bites. Such a light as is offered to modest girls. get more lashes than those that are used to the plough. That spirit a commander looks for in a brave army. If it’s some silent complaint against me you have in mind. (I suggest that this is part of the. than those who acknowledge they’ll bear his slavery. (et videat) colla (tua) facta (esse) līvida lascīvīs notīs. Check out Bunuel1976's 7/10 review of "La strega in amore" Check out Bunuel1976's 7/10 review of "La strega in amore" Menu. in the sense of “want something to be done” can take a perfect passive participle as well as the more usual accusative and infinitive. The cupidity of Tibul- hides her delicate cheeks painted with blushes. Oh, lift me over the threshold, and let me in at the door! she asks herself, if naivety doesn’t prevent her. 2323–24: here: “yesterday,” a colloquial form of herī; adverb. : deliberative subjunctive, here expressing indignation (AG §444). sed numquam dederis spatiōsum tempus in īram: saepe simultātēs īra morāta facit.quīn etiam discant oculī lacrimāre coactī, et faciant ūdās illa vel illa genās;nec, sī quem fallēs, tū periūrāre timētō:  commodat in lūsūs nūmina surda Venus.servus et ad partēs sollers ancilla parentur, quī doceant, aptē quid tibi possit emī,et sibi pauca rogent: multōs sī pauca rogābunt, postmodo dē stipulā grandis acervus erit. fallitque < fallō, fallere, fefellī, falsum “to trick, deceive” but also “elude, be unnoticed.” admissīs … aquīs: admittō can mean “to release, let loose.” Some manuscripts and some editors read admissīs … equīs. Here commodō has its original sense of “lend”: ask him to lend you things that you have no intention of returning. All the city’s silent, and wet with glassy dewfall. Since it was so luxuriant, why not have let it be? It was hot, and the noon hour had gone by: I was relaxed, limbs spread in the midst of the bed. why should the pleasure hurt me and profit you? I generally don't put much emphasis on things … Almost none of Gallus' verses survive, but they depicted his affair with a famous actress of the day named Cytheris, whom he calls Lycoris. volitāre < volitō, -āre, “to fly around.” For the formation of intensive or iterative verbs by adding -tō or -itō, see AG §263.2. The great man who conquered a girl!’. What you give up to the boy I’ll take again first. I’m reminded, I only gain a few hours: I’ll be separated, on night’s orders, from my girl. Download this artwork (provided by The Metropolitan Museum of Art). You’ll grant me a happy theme for singing –. , f. here “style of dress, get-up” (OLD 5b). : Dipsas is always drunk at dawn: the mother (, ), is Aurora, goddess of the dawn, who arrives every morning in a horse-drawn chariot (, : postponed for emphasis: Dipsas has never seen the dawn, 5–18: the narrator describes the magical powers of the. who has learned what gifts are fitting for you: and let them ask little for themselves – if they often ask. mihi: as with tibi, the second i can be long. I don’t come accompanied by armies and weapons: I’d first have to separate myself from my limbs. Someone blushed. You’ll know I’d dared: she blushed –. 145–6: magās < magus, -a, -um, “magic” (rare; the usual word is magicus). ’s contempt for potential suitors who offer a lover nothing more than an illustrious ancestry. ) on the ground, in your temple, chaste Minerva. So I judge you, two-faced things by nature. with letters that graze the edges of the margins. Pretend you’ve a headache. 5077–78: ōrantī … ferentī: understand amātōrī with both participles; dative of reference or, more specifically, dative of disadvantage (ōrantī) and dative of advantage (ferentī) (AG §376). : “hostile, opposed” in the astrological sense. can have an explicitly sexual meaning, “to sport amorously,” “to be promiscuous.”, : the o is normally long, but Ovid sometimes shortens it; see McKeown, : here with an explicitly sexual meaning, “to proposition.”. vellet is imperfect subjunctive in the protasis of a present contrary to fact condition. Synopsis. Now she rises over the ocean, come from her aged husband. I have wandered over the fruitful earth, But I never came here before. Whether as a literary trope, or perhaps merely as a human response to the problems of love in â¦ Love is a child and naked: without the shabbiness of age. 66109–110: in cursū: “in full flow” (Barsby). In Ovidâs Amores (Loves), I.14, the narrator of the elegy chides his girlfriend Corinna when her hair falls out after a bad dye job. tolle … tēcum: “pick up and take with you (as you leave).” Note the harsh alliteration of the “t” sounds, emphasizing the lēna’s contempt for potential suitors who offer a lover nothing more than an illustrious ancestry. Meyers, K. S. “The Poet and the Procuress: The Lena in Latin Love Elegy,”, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s0075435800057403, Richlin, A. faciēs: faciēs can mean “good looks.” comparet: potential subjunctive (AG §447.3). : “plucks the strings.” The chiasmus reflects an actual lyre: the. 18-apr-2018 - The Witch (1966) La strega in amore - Video Dailymotion lest love slacken through often being repulsed. The one, who’s handsome, who, gift-less, asks for a night. iste = pudor. Dipsas digresses, on reasons why the girl can and should accept a wealthy lover; the right stars are in alignment and the rich suitor is also handsome. That’s it: a slender arrow sticks fast in my heart. Let the masses gaze at trash: let golden-haired Apollo. and she who was carried by that false bull over the waves. the response should be according to what he brings. When she stood before my eyes, the clothing set aside. Damiano Damiani’s “The Witch In Love” is one such film. So Love, and a modicum of wine going round in my head. 2One of the less attractive features of Roman literature, and indeed of Roman society, was its selection of elderly women as the objects of scorn and hostility (Richlin, 1984 provides a good introduction). 5689–90: rogent … rogābunt: the subjects are servus and ancilla. : all the poet has to offer is lots of poetry. Synopsis. cērae: “wax portrait busts,” but here a reference to the imāginēs, wax masks of distinguished ancestors placed in the atrium of an aristocratic Roman house; to say that a Roman had imāginēs was to say that he was a member of the senatorial aristocracy. In Suzanne Palmieri's charming debut, The Witch of Little Italy, you will be bewitched by the Amore women. vīrēs: the plural of vīs, f., which can refer to sexual prowess. Why? Vous pouvez suggérer à votre établissement et à la bibliothèque que vous avez l'habitude de fréquenter de souscrire un abonnement à OpenEdition Freemium.N'hésitez pas à lui indiquer nos coordonnées :email@example.comOpenEdition (Cléo)c/o École centrale de Marseille – Technopôle de Château-Gombert38 rue Frédéric Joliot-Curie13013 Marseille Cedex 20Vous pouvez également nous indiquer à l'aide du formulaire suivant les coordonnées de votre établissement ou de votre bibliothèque afin de nous permettre de leur fournir des informations au sujet d'OpenEdition et de ses offres d'abonnement. Est quaedam (quīcumque volet cognoscere lēnam. don’t let so much as one sad sign of my wickedness remain. Dipsas: “Dipsas by name.” nōmine is ablative of specification (AG §418). indicates that the spell is a long and elaborate one. the failed rival of the successful lover, described as an, : “sometimes, when he is has been wronged, be angry with him, as if you have been wronged.”, “harm, hurt” but here “wrong in love” (see OLD 3b), i.e. Like the woman carried by the ships from Eurotas. A manga adaptation with art by Itsuki Nanao â¦ haesit et in vultū cōnstitit usque tuō.et cūr nōn placeās? You, so slow, you I fear: you’re the one to flatter: you keep the bolt that can finish me off. ), and means “without payment, for nothing.” For the ablative of price, see AG §416. If “read” is right, it comes as a surprise: we expect that a sentence beginning with “many thousands of a lover’s things” (possibly mīlia nummōrum) will conclude with “you’ll receive as presents,” but “the lover’s things” turn out to be something that, according to Dipsas, her mistress will reading: all the poet has to offer is lots of poetry. 110. Naples, National Archaeological Museum. The Witch (1966) La strega in amore. This collection of Ovidâs poems deals with the whole spectrum of sexual desire, ranging from deeply emotional declarations of eternal devotion to flippant arguments for promiscuity. sollers: “clever, skilled”; construed with servus as well as with ancilla. Look – you can see, then, undo the lock –. nē grātīs hic tibi constet amor: “lest this love be worth nothing to you,” “lest you charge nothing for this love.” grātīs is the ablative plural of grātia, usually occurring in this syncopated form (instead of gratiīs), and means “without payment, for nothing.” For the ablative of price, see AG §416. and the bird sings in full flow from a clear throat. haesit … tuō: “he stood stock-still and fixed his gaze unwaveringly on your face” (Barsby). 5485–86: commodat … nūmina surda Venus: either “Venus turns a deaf ear” when lovers swear falsely (literally, “a deaf Venus lends her divinity”); or “Venus lends her deaf divinity”—a play on “lends an ear,” (aurem commodāre); or “Venus arranges that the gods be deaf to” lovers’ perjuries (taking commodāre in the sense of “provide” a witness at a trial, etc. The girl should listen to Dipsas, and if she does she will be extremely grateful. While there he discovers what he believes to be supernatural forces at work. How to say what it’s like, how hard my mattress. and the fierce soldier takes his weapon in hand. For all its witch kitsch, Salem is one of the few places that has properly recognized its history. laesō < laedō, laedere, laesī, laesum “harm, hurt” but here “wrong in love” (see OLD 3b), i.e. : “bring to bear, apply”; for the long final syllable see on 1.4.31. ; a continuation of the protasis of the preceding line. The movie takes its time in building the suspense and ultimate horror. : “he stood stock-still and fixed his gaze unwaveringly on your face” (Barsby). The pejorative sense of iste underscores the lēna’s scornful contempt for a poet (presumably a man of few financial resources). Now I delight to lie in my girl’s soft arms: now sleep’s still easy, and the air is cool. She’s also a witch. If she asks how I am, say I live in hope at night: you’ll carry the rest in your hand, flattering waxen words. cum multa abstulerīs, ut nōn tamen omnia dōnet, quod numquam reddās, commodet, ipsa rogā.lingua iuvet mentemque tegat: blandīre nocēque; impia sub dulcī melle venēna latent.haec sī praestiterīs ūsū mihi cognita longō  nec tulerint vōcēs ventus et aura meās,saepe mihi dīcēs vīvae bene, saepe rogābis ut mea dēfunctae molliter ossa cubent—”vox erat in cursū, cum mē mea prōdidit umbra; at nostrae vix sē continuēre manūs quīn albam rāramque comam lacrimōsaque vīnō lūmina rūgōsās distraherentque genās.dī tibi dent nullōsque Larēs inopemque senectam, et longās hiemēs perpetuamque sitim! And then, if I know you, you’ll inflame not a few: and also, passing by you’ll deal out many wounds. 4771–72: nocuit: gnomic perfect, used sometimes to indicate that what has been true in the past is always true; translate as a present or present perfect (AG §475). but I can barely contain my hands when I see you! acervus: “heap, pile,” esp. Fig. here means either “collect” (Barsby) or “read” (McKeown). Facebook gives people the â¦ it glimmered like Phoebus dying at twilight. Playing next. 3853–54: admittās: admittō can have the specific meaning of “receive a lover.” The form can be explained as a generalizing second person singular in an indefinite subjunctive (Barsby), or as the protasis of a future less vivid condition, the apodosis of which is in the present indicative (AG §516b); in the latter case, Dipsas is addressing her mistress directly. either love me, or give cause why I should always love her! 55–56: Dipsas now turns to her interest in the financial profitability of having lovers. Who’d grant long-haired Phoebus a sharp spear. culled from the shore, and sing on with eleven feet! Prohibition can regularly be expressed by, : “lest this love be worth nothing to you,” “lest you charge nothing for this love.”, , usually occurring in this syncopated form (instead of. her boyfriend); relative clause of purpose. I’ll live, and the better part of me will survive. molliter … cubent: where we say “rest in peace” the Romans said “rest comfortably”; the formula sit tibi terra levis was common on tombstones, often abbreviated s.t.t.l. keep continually twisting a ring with your fingers. ), from whom he can wheedle the money he needs to pay his mistress; she should never give away her favors for free. 5179–80: et quasi … laesō: “sometimes, when he is has been wronged, be angry with him, as if you have been wronged.” īrascere: imperative. and the birds rouse poor wretches to their work. What shoulders, what arms, I saw and touched! pallā: “cloak”; ablative of cause (AG §404) or specification (respect) (AG §418). (illa) quam nēmo rogāvit. She is now trying to control the girl’s sex life, for entirely mercenary reasons. It’s well to keep your eyes looking down at your lap. 1813–14: versam < vertō, vertere, vertī, versum, “to transform” (by magic). 4567–68: quī = (ille) quī. latus < latus, lateris, n. “side, flank,” but here “physical strength, vigor,” sometimes in the sexual sense of “prowess.” arguerat < arguō, arguere, arguī, argūtum, “demonstrate, prove.” corneus: “made of horn”; in Homer, the bow of Odysseus was made of horn (a composite bow), but corneus also has an explicitly sexual connotation (McKeown ad loc.). nullō exercente: ablative absolute (AG §420); exerceō here means “to employ, put to use.” Just as bronze loses its sheen when it isn’t handled and used (51), so beauty (according to Dipsas) loses its youthful appeal if no one puts it to use sexually. When you’re lacking in reasons for asking gifts. But if go you must, may Gal-atea be kind to you (2.11). or when night goes, but day has still not risen. : “from a (whole) flock”; this is the point. 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