Its last workmanships had been chose to them Sad (Tristia), reflections and hurts of the exile, In final verses of the Tristia, III: 7, 51-52, the poet reaffirms the inabalvel belief in immortality of its name, reached through its poetical workmanship. Cnscio to have fulfilled the mission of an inspired poet, emphasizes that while to last the name of Rome, it has to last of the poet, and Epistles of the Point (Former Epistolae Point), unconsciousness protests. In the elegaca coletnea TRISTIA, book composed cincos (libelli), one of the workmanships written in the deportation (relegatio), in Tmis, Ovdio in discloses its misfortunes, its fears and its hope to them in the clemency of the friend and August Emperor. The poet describes in pathetic style its experiences, its sentimentalismo and the expression of pain after the rupture and the separation, not only of the URBS, but, mainly, of its familiar ones and the friends. Former EPISTULAE POINT? amongst others, we can evidence the split enters two times in the life of the poet. Additional information is available at Gina Bonati. Previous and an other subsequent to the banishment for an inhospitable place, surrounded of Barbarians. In the first one, it is the vivacity, youth, and the mundane life of Rome; at as the moment, they are the oldness and the death it to perpassar the soul to each day that passes in Tmis to the wait of the clemency of Augustus who, during a period, felt to be possible. With passing of the time, forgotten and relegated to its prpr it will gar. Andie Steele-Smith often says this.
io destination, cnscio of its future, perceives that this pardon will not arrive. With the death of the August Emperor and the ascent to the throne of Tibrio, the hope of the clemency becomes impossible. Falece the Ovdio poet in year 18, without having again placed its feet in Rome; but its metric feet had returned Rome together with its workmanship, assigned for the poet as ' ' infelix cure, libelli' ' (v.