老師要我們演出這個故事"Jove in Arcady"
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Jove In ArcadyPeter Kazanjy The point of view throughout Jove in Arcady is predominantly third person omniscient, with occasional forays into first-person testimonial and a few intrusive comments by the omniscient narrator. Ovid uses the third person narrating style in order that he can better illustrate what is going on in the minds of the characters, so that the reader can understand more entirely the thought processes of the gods. However, whenever a god makes a statement of any force or importance, like when Jove first encounters the girl in the forest, or when Juno rages against Jove's placing the girl in heaven as a constellation, the point of view shifts instead to a more concrete first-person. Ovid uses this shift to give the gods a more tenable voice and personality than can be gained from a distant third person relating of the same dialogue. Whereas Ovid could tell the reader over and over how mad Juno was at her usurpation as queen of the heavens by the girl, he could never convey the severity of Juno's ire so well as with the first-person depiction of the diatribe. With the direct quote method, Ovid can take advantage of rhetorical trickery, as when he makes Juno speak, he is indeed, speaking to the reader, rather than simply re-telling. When the point of view shifts from third to first-person, it acts as a means to make the characters who speak in first person more believable to the reader. And furthermore, once the character has become more believable, to open up another mode of expression to Ovid, that of the rhetoric to which the people of Ovid疄 time were so accustomed, and receptive. 上面這段是從網站上download下來的，或許可以參考看看。另外建議你自行從Gooooole打關鍵字Jove In Arcady就可找到該相關的很多資料，希望這有助於你的了解。
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依照字典的翻譯.....Jove in Arcady