EXILE IN OVID'S AND PHILIPPUS CALLIMACHUS' POETRY: BETWEEN POETICAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND LITERARY CREATION (Tulaczka i wygnanie w poezji Owidiusza i Filipa Kallimacha - miedzy poetycka autobiografia a kreacja literacka)
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A comparison of the life and poetry of Ovid and of Philippus Callimachus (Filippo Buonaccorsi, 1437-1496) during their exile from Italy. Although there are some undeniable analogies between their fates on the whole, Callimachus' state of mind in exile, his relations with his new neighbours and the tone of his poetry are all quite different than Ovid's. All this is due especially to the fact that he found his new love and a new, quite well-educated audience in Poland.
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