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The Metamorphoses

The Metamorphoses

  

by Ovid

The Metamorphoses: Quotes (What was Said) Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around The Metamorphoses? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Who said, "My soul would sing of metamorphoses. But since, o gods, you were the source of these bodies becoming other bodies"?


Ovid
Jupiter
Medea
Perseus
Atalanta
Q. Who said, "A giant boar is roaming on our slopes: I must tear him apart."?


Ovid
Pentheus' mother
Jupiter
Apollo
Medea
Q. Who "repents but it's too late"?


Jupiter
Medea
Apollo
Orpheus
Ovid
Q. Who is being described? "Love could have overcome his shame, but if he should refuse so slight, so poor a gift to one who was his sister and his wife, he’d have to run a disconcerting risk"?


Apollo
Zeus
Jupiter
Medea
Ovid
Q. Who said, "And Venus is now taken by the mortal Adonis’ beauty: she no longer cares for her Cythera’s shores"?


Apollo
Jupiter
Pentheus
Orpheus
Ovid
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