The Art of Love

The Art of Love De los cl sicos de la literatura Ovidio nos deleita con una l rica que habla del m s puro de los sentimientos El arte de amar Con este libro Ovidio nos ofrece en forma de poema unos consejos para

  • Title: The Art of Love
  • Author: Ovid David Malouf James Michie
  • ISBN: 9780375761171
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
  • De los cl sicos de la literatura, Ovidio nos deleita con una l rica que habla del m s puro de los sentimientos, El arte de amar Con este libro Ovidio nos ofrece, en forma de poema, unos consejos para obtener el amor de una mujer, para poder conservarlo asimismo da consejos a las mujeres sobre el adecuado comportamiento hacia los hombres Utilizando ejemplos de la literatDe los cl sicos de la literatura, Ovidio nos deleita con una l rica que habla del m s puro de los sentimientos, El arte de amar Con este libro Ovidio nos ofrece, en forma de poema, unos consejos para obtener el amor de una mujer, para poder conservarlo asimismo da consejos a las mujeres sobre el adecuado comportamiento hacia los hombres Utilizando ejemplos de la literatura latina, Ovidio nos dice qu es el amor por primera vez tratado como un sentimiento humano Cuenta con tres partes que llevan de la mano al lector en un paseo a trav s del m s complejo de los sentimientos Publio Ovidio Nas n 43 aC 17 dC es uno de los autores que mayor influencia ejerci en la literatura y en la vida de Roma, y permanece actual a lo largo de los siglos, por ste, y por otras obra eternas, como Las metamorfosis y Remedios del amor.

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      Publius Ovidius Naso 20 March 43 BCE CE 17 18 , known as Ovid v d in the English speaking world, was a Roman poet best known for the Metamorphoses, a 15 book continuous mythological narrative written in the meter of epic, and for collections of love poetry in elegiac couplets, especially the As Love Affairs and Ars Amatoria Art of Love His poetry was much imitated during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, and greatly influenced Western art and literature The Metamorphoses remains one of the most important sources of classical mythology.Ovid is traditionally ranked alongside Virgil and Horace, his older contemporaries, as one of the three canonic poets of Latin literature He was the first major Roman poet to begin his career during the reign of Augustus, and the Imperial scholar Quintilian considered him the last of the Latin love elegists He enjoyed enormous popularity, but in one of the mysteries of literary history he was sent by Augustus into exile in a remote province on the Black Sea, where he remained until his death Ovid himself attributes his exile to carmen et error, a poem and a mistake , but his discretion in discussing the causes has resulted in much speculation among scholars.Ovid s prolific poetry includes the Heroides, a collection of verse epistles written as by mythological heroines to the lovers who abandoned them the Fasti, an incomplete six book exploration of Roman religion with a calendar structure and the Tristia and Epistulae ex Ponto, two collections of elegies in the form of complaining letters from his exile His shorter works include the Remedia Amoris Cure for Love , the curse poem Ibis, and an advice poem on women s cosmetics He wrote a lost tragedy, Medea, and mentions that some of his other works were adapted for staged performance.

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    • Dear Ovid, You made me look like a sex pest.I was visiting a city for the day with a friend of mine; it was cold outside and we’d taken refuge in this really quaint bookstore. It wasn’t one of the chain ones, but a really quirky independent bookstore that had shelves packed with tomes and all sorts of literary marvels. I spent a large amount of money in there Ovid. I bought things at random without really paying attention to what they were: I just wanted them all, you know how it is. I saw t [...]

    • Short, sparkling, witty and sexy, this is a tongue-in-cheek comedy of the sexes dressed up as a how-to guide. It's best enjoyed on a hot afternoon, lounging somewhere comfortable with a fizzy cocktail in your other hand. Ovid is great company – a man of the world, funny and quotable and just the right side of disreputable. He takes the would-be lover through the whole process of finding, winning, and keeping a partner, covering such crucial areas as the perfect level of drunkenness, the trustw [...]

    • I'm a great collector of Folio Society books. The choices in books are excellent and the quality of the books themselves is unsurpassed. They are normally bound in full cloth and I'm always so impressed with the vibrant colours of the illustrations as can be seen in this particular book.I came across this book purely by chance yesterday as I was dusting and noted that I purchased it in 1994. I vividly recall how impressed I was at the time both with the poetry and the illustrations.Looking at it [...]

    • هم ثلا ث كتب في كتاب او قل ثلاث مراحل الاولي كيف تنال قلب محبوبتكوالثانيه كيف تحتفظ بمحبوبتكوالثالثه نصائح للمرأه حتي تحافظ على حبيبها هذا الكتاب خطه أوفيد قبل الميلاد المسيح بعده عقود لكنها نصائح لاتزال مفيده الي يومنا هذا

    • якби «мистецтво кохання» не було так добре написане й таке уважне до почуттів і відчуттів партнерки (чи партнера, бо поради для жінок тут теж є), його можна було б зі спокійним серцем назвати підручником з пікапу.або не так.у давньому римі навіть підручники з пікапу приносил [...]

    • Piacevole da leggere e sorprendente sotto vari aspetti, “L’arte d’amare” di Publio Ovidio Nasone è un’opera poetica che si distingue subito per contenuto ed eleganza stilistica, considerando la metrica utilizzata (intreccio di esametri e pentametri) e i copiosi e sempre affascinanti richiami al mito.È un poema che invita all’amore libero, c’è poco da girarci intorno. Un vademecum per libertini, di libero stato civile o già uniti in matrimonio che siano, uomini anzitutto ma anch [...]

    • I was drawn in by the title and I feel cheated, so let me give you some title suggestions that will give you a truer idea of what this book is about: 1- The Cheater's Guide To Cheat Some More 2- A Thousand Ways To Deceive 3- How To Make Fools Out Of Women 4- The Liar's Step By Step Manual 5- Cheating For Dummies 6- Bros Code 7- Cheating, said The Love Guru 8- Seduction Tips For Men (And Slutty Women Too) And the list could go on and on. I know one needs to have in consideration the time period i [...]

    • The art of the translation is so difficult. When I was at the high-school I studied Latin. One day we had an extract of this book to translate. I remember my incredulity to know if I had well understood : "Remove the dust of her chest even if there does not have dust". I'm still remember. That changed us from Cicéro.For teenagers, it was exciting. It was like erotic to discover the signification. So I read the book but it was not the same pleasure to discover the text by translation.

    • yazıldığı dönemde bile eleştirilere maruz kalmış bu eseri hele bir de bugünden bakarak okursak pek bir keyifli olduğu söylenemez ancak eserin ne kadar eski olduğunu düşünerek okursak heyecan vermiyor değil.

    • If you don't know the art of love, read on:after this poem, you should be a don. Ovid is so cool. I have the copy translated by Tom Payne (published 2011). You can also read the version translated by Julian Lewis May (1930) here. May translation sounds oldish but still is easy to understand; Payne translation (all quotes in this review come from Payne translation) consists of pairs of lines that rhyme, so it has musical quality. This is love before Christianity severed love and sex, a sad cultur [...]

    • This slender volume is perhaps the wittiest, most sophisticated, outrageously amusing instructional handbook of all time. It is a parody of a didactic treatise, a three book exposition on how to play the game of love and come out a winner. Ovid is a literary provocateur, a skillful subversive whose ironic gamesmanship never lets up. Similes comparing women at Roman theaters to swarming ants or bees turn Vergil's Aeneid (along with the Roman values it celebrates) upside down, and the tale of Romu [...]

    • عزيزاتي بنات حواء ، أثق تماماً أن أحداكن لم يخطر لها على بال أن لألاعيب الرجال دستور مكتوب بين دفتي كتاب يعود تاريخه لما قبل الميلاد ، فيه كل الحيل التي يمكن أن يمارسها الرجال بداعي الخداع والتلاعب بمشاعركن , لهدف الوصول إلى قلوبكن يا خسارة لو كان الكتاب يتحدث فعلاً عن الهوى [...]

    • ما هذا الجمال !،لم أتوقعه بهذه الروعة! في الواقع لم أتوقع أي شيء.فأنا بيني وبين الشعر المترجم عداوة تجعلني أحجم عنه منذ تجربتي لـ" شاعر في نيويورك" لـ لوركا،ولما قرأت عدة صفحات من النبي لجبران بترجمة د.ثروت عكاشة فلم استسيغها،لكن مع هذه الترجمة ومع أوفيدوجدتها أكثر من رائعة.،ل [...]

    • I read this for class recently, and I have to say I'm somewhat impressed and somewhat confused. What I can't work out is the relationship between (what I found to be) the overtly satirical tone and the carefully crafted series of analogies imparting what seems like literal advice. Either Ovid was poking fun at what he considered an absurd game men and women play to socially justify their sex lives, or he was concerned about something darker and intended to approach it with a bit of levity. I can [...]

    • حبيت الكتابين الأول والتاني أكتر من التالت مش عارفة ليه ؟بس قطعا كتاب مهم ومن أمهات الكتب اللي ضروري تتقري

    • من مقدمة الدكتور ثروت عكاشة: إن أوفيد كتب ثلاث كتب عن الهوى، فن الهوى، في العامين الأول والثاني قبل الميلاد وكان قد بلغ الأربعين أو زاد عليها قليلا؛ وبالتالي سوف تكون نظرته للحب غيرها حين كان في العشرينات. فأصبح رجل ذا خبرة واسعة في فنون الهوى تتفق ورجل في الأربعين اكتملت له ر [...]

    • Roma imparatoru Augustus tarafından yasaklanan ve ozan Ovidius'un sürülmesine neden olan "Ars Amatoria / The Art of Love / Aşk Sanatı", ünlü ozanın ne kadar yetenekli olduğunu okuyucuya göstermesine rağmen işlenen aşk temasındaki ahlaki açıdan sorunlu tutum eserin üzerine gölge düşürüyor. Zamanının şartlarına göre değerlendirildiğinde bile yazarın büyük tepkilerle karşılaştığını düşünürsek eseri günümüz şartlarıyla incelemenin çok da yanlış olma [...]

    • 5 stars to "The Art of Love," "The Cure for Love," and "Treatments for a Feminine Face." This was fantastic, my only regret was that I didn't read it in the summer. If you've read Shakespeare's "Venus and Adonis," the feeling is the same. It's hard to explain. Anyway, this was quite possibly the funniest, AND most useful book of love advice I've ever read. Nearly everything he wrote (with some obvious, "hair-pulling" and "garment ripping" exceptions) can be applied to the 21st century Casanova. [...]

    • There is no need for anyone to write about the art of seduction, or to travel the world as a 'pick up artist' - Ovid revealed all about two thousand years ago, at times with explicit detail. Some sound advice using Roman mythology to illustrate his points, and while some advice seems well and truly inappropriate, in other parts he seems very progressive, and he advocates a good sex life for both men and women.

    • I think I understand why Ovid got exiled. On a separate note, I'll keep Book 3 in mind when pursuing potential partners — especially his advice for short girls. Who know Ovid was a beauty guru too?

    • قراته بناء علي ترشيح انيس منصور في كتابه اوراق علي شجر اعجبني كلام منصور عنه وجذبني لقرائته الكتاب يضم مجموعه اراء ولوحات فنيه لايستهان بها تعكس وتصور العصر الذي كان يعيش فيه اوفيد في ذلك الوقت

    • Many contemporary chess Grandmasters consider almost useless to study games from the old masters due to computer engines being far stronger than any chess player that has ever played the game. Magnus Carlsen disagrees, and he is the best chess player in the world. What I mean with this is that I highly recommend this book to contemporary sociopaths, pick-up artists, etc despite their knowledge of NPL, every guru of seduction from the last two decades and both indirect and physical game.Picking u [...]

    • Passano i secoli, cambiano i vestiti e le case. Migliorano i mezzi di trasporto e di comunicazione. Le lingue mutano, le distanze si accorciano. La scienza e la medicina fanno passi da gigante. Migliorano la condizione di vita. Ma l'uomo no. Nè l'etica che gestisce i rapporti interpersonali. Alla faccia dei social network, alla faccia del "Ma oggi si fa così!", alla faccia delle gonne lunghe o corte, del topless si oppure no, della pillola e del preservativo, dei matrimoni gay e della fecondaz [...]

    • E' strutturato in tre libri: i primi due sono dedicati agli uomini, come individuare e far cadere l'amata ai tuoi piedi e come tenertela.La terza parte rivolta alle donne, stesso tipo di argomenti.Mi aspettavo qualcosa di decisamente più poetico, la parte per gli uomini pare scritta da un uomo con la clava; la parte delle donne farebbe impallidire cosmopolitan.Ok, ho esagerato, peròPer spiegare i concetti introduce nella "narrazione" parecchi miti, descrivendoli molto piacevolmente, per esempi [...]

    • This is a fine translation in modern English. It's not colloquial, but it's readable. The one problem I have with it is that it uses a rhyming scheme. The "sense" of the Latin is there, and all the Greco-Roman myth is there, but the English takes a lot of liberties with the Latin. The choices the translator makes are generally good, but don't expect a word-by-word translation.

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