A mixed class, with some more attention to Ovid, especially the myth of Narcissus and its way of thinking through mirror image representations and parallelism; and then some examination of both the parallels and the differences between Homer and Virgil -- what it was that Virgil was attempting to refigure within Homer and how.  Consideration of the way Virgil likes to give Homeric scenes a perspective from the other important figure in the scene, reversing subject and object.