Inside Arion 28.3 Winter 2021

In celebration of the Keats Bicentennial, Roger L. Michel, Jr. presents two poems—

Scarlett Sabet’s “23rd February 1821: In Remembrance of John Keats”

and

Simon Armitage’s “I Speak As Someone . . .”

W. Robert Connor unmasks the maxim, an ancient genre, and shows why it matters now

 “Spring Fishing Song, Prehistoric Paros,” a poem by John Eric Hamel

Luke Soucy translates the creation accounts in Metamorphoses: i.5–162, 274–415

 Six Poems by George Kalogeris

Stephen Orgel discusses the Elizabethan Bacchae

Three Odes of Horace translated by Charles Martin

Three essays on Freud, Achaeology and Egypt:

     Simon Goldhill on religion, materiality and the cultural critique of origins

Freud and Leonardo in Egypt explored by Daniel Orrells

      Miriam Leonard ponders Freud between Oedipus and the Sphinx

 Paul Barolsky reviews Sefy Hendler’s study of Bronzino’s Nano Morgante