Cephalus and Procris

Cephalus and Procris

young married couple plagued by jealousy. [Gk. Myth.: Hall, 62]
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Noteworthy, is the author's attempt at "trac[ing] a contaminatio between Cephalus and Procris and Pyramus and Thisbe, a process which enabled the story to infect A Midsummer Night's Dream" (161).
His analysis of Cephalus and Procris is methodologically impeccable.
30) Although traditionally misidentified as the illustration of Ovid's Cephalus and Procris, the picture is still possibly a metamorphosis of Ovid's story, in which Cephalus is now transformed into a faun.