Can you locate any classical and mythological allusions in The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia by Philip Sidney?Allusions to such figures as Diana, Venus, Bacchus, Selene, and Flora, or Clytomnestra.
In The Countesse of Pembroke's Arcadia by Sir Philip Sidnei [Sidney], but not knowing what sections you need help with, some classical allusions are found in the beginning portions. The Dedication speaks of the Muses, Delphos and the Oracle. Chapter 1 of Book I speaks of Cupid. Chapter 3 is a jack-pot with several allusions all in one vicinity. The allusions are to Diana, foolish Nymphes, Atlanta, Aeneas, Venus, Helena, Iole, Omphale, Goddesses, and the Muses again, Delphos again, Saturn, Pan, Juno, Cupid again, Iris, Vulcan, Momus. If you read the text online with a Firefox browser, you can utilize the Ctrl + F function and search keywords within the text.