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TRAVEL OF THE MYTH PYRAMUS ET THISBE Ovidius, Metarmophoseon libri, IV.

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1 TRAVEL OF THE MYTH PYRAMUS ET THISBE Ovidius, Metarmophoseon libri, IV

2 Mythos et Ovidius The word mythos means "story ", and usually tells the origin of the world, the exploits of the immortal gods and demi-gods or heroes, sons of god and a mortal. Ovidius (Publius Ovidius Naso; Sulmona, BC 20 March 43 – Tomi, AD 18) is one of the most important writers of the Roman age. In the books Metamorphoseon are a lot of myths. La parola mito significa racconto. Il mito narra lorigine del mondo, le gesta degli dei, gli amori segreti tra dei e uomini mortali. Ovidio è uno degli autori più importanti delletà romana. Grazie alle sue opere possiamo leggere oggi numerosi miti del passato.

3 PHYRAMUS ET THISBE Pyramus and Thisbe are madly in love and live in houses next to each other. Their parents forbid their love and build a wall between the houses. The lovers find a chink in the wall through which they speak and kiss one another. One night they decide to run away together. Thisbe arrives first, and she sees a terrifying tiger. She runs away in fear, dropping her cloak. The tiger tears up the cloak and bloodies it. When Phyramus arrives, he sees the cloak, assumes his lover has died, and kills himself in sorrow. Pyramus returns, sees Thisbe's body, and kills herself with the same knife. Piramo e Tisbe abitano vicini, e si innamorano. I loro genitori sono contrari alla loro unione e i due giovani, per potersi amare, tentano di scappare. Tisbe esce e raggiunge il bosco per incontrare Piramo, ma viene attaccata da un leone. Piramo, credendola morta, pone fine alla sua vita con un coltello. La giovane trova Piramo agonizzante e si suicida.

4 THEMES Their parents forbid their love Fate, destiny

5 MEDIEVAL THEMES SHAKESPEARE Romeo and Juliet Romeo and Juliet fall in love, but their families hates each other. Both lovers dead for their love. Romeo e Giulietta si amano follemente, ma le loro famiglie si odiano. I giovani muoiono. LOVE AFFAIRLOVE AFFAIR FAITHFAITH BOCCACCIO Lisabetta da Messina, Decameron Lisabeth, a young rich girl, falls in love with her servant Lorenzo. Brothers contrast their love. Both lovers dead for their passion. Lisabetta, una giovane ragazza di nobile famiglia, si innamora del suo servitore Lorenzo. I fratelli non approvano il loro amore. Entrambi gli amanti muoiono per amore. LOVE AFFAIRLOVE AFFAIR FAITHFAITH

6 The Renaissance Torquato Tasso Aminta Aminta falls in love with Silvia, a nymph, but she doesnt love him. When Silvia believes that Aminta is dead, she relises that she loves him. They get married. Lopera richiama la storia di Piramo e Tisbe. Non è una tragedia: è una storia a lieto fine. Dirk Potter He retold the story but he changed it a bit for the new public. Potter riscrisse lopera di Ovidio modernizzandola.

7 The Modern Age VAN DER HEIJDEN Het leven uit 1 dag The books is about your life in 1 day, but when you go to hell you can do anything as many times as you want. But they realise that things arent so good as they look. I libri ci raccontano la vita in un giorno. attraverso questa metafora lo scrittore spiega la vera natura delle cose: ogni cosa non è come ci appare.

8 Pyramus et Thysbe in history of art Pyramus and Thysbe, I century A.D.. Pompei Pyramus and Thysbe, first print of English

9 Juliet the dice loaded from the start And I bet and you exploded in my heart And I forget the movie song When you wanna realise it was just that the time was wrong juliet? Come up on differents streets they both were streets of shame Both dirty both mean yes and the dream was just the same And I dreamed your dream for you and your dream is real How can you look at me as if I was just another one of your deals? Where you can fall for chains of silver you can fall for chains of gold You can fall for pretty strangers and the promises they hold Romeo & Juliet - Dire Straits

10 Taylor Swift – Love Story That you were Romeo, you were throwing pebbles And my daddy said stay away from Juliet And I was crying on the staircase, begging you please dont go And I said Romeo take me somewhere we can be alone Ill be waiting, all theres left to do is run Youll be the prince and Ill be the princess Its a love story, baby just say yes So I sneak out to the garden to see you We keep quiet cause were dead if they knew So close your eyes, lets leave this town for a little while Oh, oh

11 Conclusion Nowadays people dont read the ancient stories, but the story is told in different ways, for example songs, modern stories, movies and other art. The similarities in the stories are the themes, like hope, fate, love, love affairs and destiny. Oggi non abbiamo più una grande conoscenza dei miti antichi, ma ci sembra di conoscerli già perché il loro significato è parte integrante della nostra cultura. Ciò che pensiamo dellamore., i momenti romantici che immaginiamo e la sua bellezza sono gli stessi di un tempo.

12 Andrea Ton Rob Winkeler Anna Solin Sonja Peereboom Pierpaolo Tiveron Skyler Venema Eleonora Veronesi


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