Steven Merola



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Download Ovid, Metamorphoses 4.145-166.pdf (125 KB)

Download Scannell, Corey. The Death of Thisbe (96 KB)

Download Finnigan, Rebecca. Curses, Revenge, and Viricide (878 KB)

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Download Littlefield, Kelsey. The Complex Relationship of Ars and Natura: How Ovid’s “Pygmalion” Employs the Power of the Artist (234 KB)

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Parnassus is an undergraduate journal published by the College of the Holy Cross in conjunction with the Classics Department. Parnassus' mission is to share the passion of Holy Cross students for the ancient world. All pieces aim to be generally understandable, allowing the field to be more accessible to non-specialists in the community.

Publication Date

Spring 2015


College of the Holy Cross


Worcester, Massachusetts




essays, poems, translations, undergraduate work


Classics | Creative Writing


Faculty advisors: Timothy Joseph, PhD. and Aaron Seider, PhD.

Parnassus welcomes submissions from Holy Cross students of any major. Pieces should relate to the study of the ancient world and should be understandable to a wide audience. Essays, poems, translations, creative pieces and artwork are eligible for publication.

Parnassus:  Classical Journal (Volume 3, 2015)