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 (ăp′yə-lē′əs), Lucius fl. second century ad.
Roman philosopher and satirist whose best-known work is The Golden Ass.
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(Biography) Lucius (ˈluːsɪəs). 2nd century ad, Roman writer, noted for his romance The Golden Ass
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(ˌæp yəˈli əs)

n. Lucius,
born A.D. 125?, Roman philosopher and satirist.
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[ˌæpjəˈlɪəs] NApuleyo
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Apuleius and Fielding and Boccaccio, bad companions for a petticoat, I'm afraid, bad companions too for so young a man as I had now become.
If Plato, Plutarch and Apuleius taught it, so have Petrarch, Angelo and Milton.
Selections from Apuleius Metamorphoses V: An Edition for Intermediate Students: 11-24
In Part One, Maggi outlines the history of the Cupid and Psyche tale from Apuleius's Metamorphoses, written in the second century AD, to Basile's rewritings, and finally to Laura Gonzenbach's Sicilian Fairy Tales, a collection of folk tales translated from Sicilian dialect into German and first published in 1870.
In this study, I will discuss how the description of the magical paraphernalia of the witch (1) Pamphile in Apuleius' Metamorphoses 3,17,4-5 is deeply influenced by the material culture of magic in Apuleius' time.
The Arrangement of the Platonic Corpus in the Newly Published Compendiosa Expositio Attributed to Apuleius of Madaura, JASON G.
Il y avait des fois opens with a short introduction and is then divided into six chapters, each exploring a significant or noteworthy adaptation of "La Belle et la Bete." Surprisingly, in her introduction Papieau avoids any explicit mention of the tale of "Cupid and Psyche" from Apuleius's Metamorphoses, recognized by scholars as the literary precursor of "La Belle et la Bete" and instead refers vaguely to the presence of the dichotomy between beauty and ugliness and "un theme mythique" (a mythical theme) (5) or to "une thematique universelle et intemporelle" (a universal and timeless thematic) (7).
He was the author of Apuleius: The Metamorphoses, Book 1 (Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2000) and Caesar and the Crisis of the Roman Aristocracy (University of Oklahoma Press, 1994).
Its author, Apuleius, was born in Numidia, North Africa, in about 124 CE and studied Greek in Corinth and Athens.
Apuleius's version of the Cupid and Psyche myth, a tale that
Est-ce que c'est la decadence qui a fait Apuleius ?