Ovid's Metamorphoses- Loss of speech

| February 17, 2014

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In many stories in the Metamorphoses, the human transforms into something, either an animal or an inanimate object. The loss of speech in the characters represent Ovid’s frustration when he was forced to do something (accounting) other than write poetry. Use the stories: Io (turned into a cow), Callisto (turned into a bear), and Narcissus and Echo (how Echo cant use her own words, she can only repeat what people say). In the conclusion paragraph, don’t summarize the simple reasoning of the points, answer the question why has the position mattered? Don’t start the conclusion with the words "In Conclusion" or "To sum up". For the paper in general: Use strong logic to support your points and use well selected evidence from the three stories listed above.
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