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The Eclogues of Virgil

The Eclogues consists of ten books of poetry. "Eclogue II" is devoted entirely to a monologue by a Sicilian shepherd named Corydon, who is suffering from his unrequited love for "the fair Alexis,"...

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The Eclogues of Virgil

Act 2 of As You Like It takes place largely in the Forest of Arden, which is a location device known as a "green world" that exists outside of restrictive society, one in which where nature...

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The Eclogues of Virgil

To begin, I would say that the theme of exile is prominent in the Eclogues (and especially 1 and 9) and a LOT less prominent in the Georgics as a whole. However, yes, in both you can see exile,...

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