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The Metamorphoses

The Metamorphoses

by Ovid

The Metamorphoses: Themes (For the Most Part) Quiz

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Q. What is described? "Earth of itself – and uncompelled – untouched by hoes, not torn by ploughshares, offered all that one might need: men did not have to seek"


Golden Age
Middle Ages
Dark Ages
Renaissance
Gilded Age
Q. The plays name suggests which theme?


Primitivity
Transformation
Hate
Love
Fear
Q. When two lovers can't stand to be apart, Ovid views that as


Love
Fear
Natural
Primitive
Hate
Q. Ovid thinks love does not mix with


Marriage
Power
Religion
Money
Sex
Q. Human are dooped into asking a god for the world. Which theme is this?


Transformation
Love
Sex
Foolishness and Folly
Religion
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