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Secondary Texts

  • Barish, Sasha (July 16, 2018). "Iphis' Hair, Io's Reflection, and the Gender Dysphoria of the Metamorphoses". Eidolon. Medium. Retrieved 2018-08-19.
  • Franklin, Lisa (July 19, 2018). "Life as an Iphis: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on Your Hopeless Gay Crush". Eidolon. Medium. Retrieved 2018-08-19.
  • Johnson, Marguerite (September 13, 2016). "Guide to the Classics: Ovid's Metamorphoses and Reading Rape". The Conversation. Retrieved 2018-08-19. Hundreds of hapless mortals, heroes, heroines, gods and goddesses rise victorious, experience defeat, endure rape, and inevitably metamorphose into something other than their original forms. Chaos begins the world, and so into Chaos we are born, live and die.
  • Lucas, Gerald (March 2009). "Breaking the Girl". Retrieved 2018-08-18. An examination of misogyny and oppression in Ovid, Poe, and Lem.
  • — (October 4, 2003). "Ovid's Metamorphoses". Retrieved 2018-08-17. Some notes on this Ovid’s anti-epic.
  • McCarter, Stephanie (May 1, 2018). "Rape, Lost in Translation". Electric Lit. Medium. Retrieved 2018-08-19. How translators of Ovid’s “Metamorphoses” turn an assault into a consensual encounter.