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The first two books of the Ars amatoria give instructions to men, and the third book gives instructions to women. How does Ovid’s advice change when the gender of his audience changes? Point to specific examples that reveal the assumptions about gender roles and sexuality that Ovid makes in the different parts of the poem. Is the poem thoroughly sexist and misogynistic? Do women get their fair chance to succeed in the battle of the sexes and the game of love?

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