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Synonyms for metamorphose

Synonyms for metamorphose

to change into a different form, substance, or state

to bring about a radical change in

Synonyms for metamorphose

change completely the nature or appearance of

change in outward structure or looks

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By drawing comparisons between the characters from the Metamorphoses and Cien anos de soledad, the author concludes that Ovid's adoption of extreme imagery as a way of transmitting an emotional response tends to narrow the presentation of a character at the sacrifice of realism, while Garcia Marquez's magical realism allows us to understand reality free from the chains of traditional realism.
This culturally fluent, wisely irreverent, and unabashedly contemporary Ovid is the poet studied from a dizzying--yet compelling--range of conceptual angles in Andrew Feldherr's Playing Gods: Ovid's Metamorphoses and the Politics of Fiction.
On the one hand, the Metamorphoses contains elements of originality appealing to writers ready to withdraw from medieval intellectual systems.
The evening will begin with Paul Hindemith's Symphonic Metamorphoses on themes of Carl Maria von Weber (1943), a neo-classical impression of the work of the nineteenth century master.
Exhibit A this season is Mary Zimmerman's story-theater adaptation of some of the mythical Greek tales in Ovid's Metamorphoses.
In the upper and lower rows, drawings of bodies elongated to the point of deformity evoked metamorphoses.
Since if something metamorphoses, time must intervene: one needs a before and an after.
The naming of erizon formalizes Hanover Direct's ongoing metamorphoses into a leading provider of e-commerce services and branded merchandise," stated Rakesh K.
The Metamorphoses of Tintin: Or Tintin for Adults" discusses the creation of Tintin, created by Belgian Georges Remi, or Herge as he's known, nearly a century ago and has captivated European readers ever since.
As its title suggests, this collection of essays examines the influence of Ovid's Metamorphoses in pre-modern and early modern Europe.
Most of Ovid's major works are challenged: Metamorphoses, Ars amatoria, Amores, Fasti, and Heroides are brought forward in comparison with English, French, and Italian Renaissance writers who imitated Ovid's works of different genres in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Thus, two different metamorphoses of the poem are posited: first, in the gradual degradation of the poem from Part I to Part II, and second, in the marvelous resolution/resurrection of the poem in Canto 20.
Vacas' work is not always concerned with explicitly sexual metamorphoses.
Oswald Of Northumbria: Continental Metamorphoses studies the legend of St.