The authoress reviews all the passages in the poem of Apollonius Rhodius
where natural objects (rivers, riverbanks, paths, etc.) seem to become alive.
She studies the way A.R. animates the elements of the landscape and discerns
if he makes use of what has been called "pathetic fallacy".
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