Does anyone have any particular lines they like?
One I'm trying to find in the Latin is where Envy says the following:
When Athens she beheld, for arts renown'd,
With peace made happy, and with plenty crown'd,
Scarce could the hideous fiend from tears forbear,
To find out nothing that deserv'd a tear.
This is from Book 2, where Aglauros is turned into a statue. Garth, Dryden translators: http://classics.mit.edu/Ovid/metam.2.second.html
It looks like there are spoken versions of the Latin text on YouTube. I would like to hear what this sounds like in the original.