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The odes and epodon of Horace, in five books

Horace

The odes and epodon of Horace, in five books

by Horace

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Published by Printed for W. Crooke ... in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranslated into English by J.H. Esq.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 497:24.
ContributionsJ. H. 1627?-1700., Horace
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 116 p.
Number of Pages116
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16738752M

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Full text of "The Odes & Epodes of Horace". influenced by Horace, contributed but two quotations, both of which were from the Carmen Saeculare. In 5^ "Next comes Horace, prudent and discreet, jealous of our faults, firm and kindly; he wrote three principal books and composed two that are less familiar: a book of Epodes and one of Odes, which in our times is, I think, of little value.

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The Odes of the fourth book show no diminution of power, but the reverse. There are none in the first three books that surpass, or perhaps equal, the Ode in honor of Drusus, and few superior to that which is addressed to Lollius.

Horatius, author of Epodes and Odes, on LibraryThing. This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising. Three odes from Olympians or Pythians. Plato Apology, Crito, Phaedo, Republic I.

Plutarch One Life. Polybius One book. Sophocles Antigone, Oedipus Tyrannos. Theocritus Two Idylls. Thucydides I, II Xenophon Two books of Anabasis or Hellenica or Memorabilia.

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HORACE ODES AND EPODESEdited by Paul Shorey, Professor in The University Of Chicago Revised by Paul Shorey and Gordon J. Laing Professors in The University Of Chicago Q. HORATII FLACCI. Epodes of Horace []. The word is now mainly familiar from an experiment of Horace in the second class, for he entitled his fifth book of odes Epodon liber or the Book of Epodes, he says in the course of these poems, that in composing them he was introducing a new form, at least in Latin literature, and that he was imitating the effect of the iambic distichs invented by Archilochus.

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Greek and Roman Materials Commentary on Horace, Odes, Epodes, and Carmen Saeculare. (English The History of Rome by Titus Livius, books thirty-seven to forty-five, literally translated, with notes and illustrations.

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John Harington) EEBO, Images. The Odes, Satyrs, and Epistles of Horace. A fine and elegant 18th-century engraved book made by Pine who was a pupil of Picart and England s most accomplished native engraver during the 18th century.

The classic poet Horace is known principally for his Odes, Satires and the renowned work the Ars Poetica; he.

The set of work includes 15 books of poems, including the one that is going to be discussed, Metamorphoses Book II. Book II of Metamorphoses includes episodes with the main characters of Jupiter, Callisto, Europa and Phaeton. In the case of the eighth story of Metamorphoses Book II the main characters include Minerva, Aglauros, and Mercury.

The. (London, Rivingtons, ), by Horace and James McCall Marshall (page images at HathiTrust) Opera; the works of Horace: the odes on the basis of Anthon: the satires and epistles by McCaul: (Dublin: Cumming and Ferguson, ), by Horace (page images at HathiTrust) Opera. About A. u. c.Horace, who had already given to the world many of his poems, including the ten Satires of the first book, received from Maecenas the gift of the Sabine farm, which at once afforded him a competence, and all the pleasures of a country life.The list below documents the monographic works included in the 47 lists documented at Greater Books.

A second, sub-master list, including all works generally published as part of a periodical or anthology, excerpts of monographic works, and indeterminate selections, is in progress.Bibliography [Bibliographical abbreviations generally use the conventions of L’Année Philologique] Ableitinger-Grünberger, D.

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