By Michele Lowrie
pieces is the ordinary debate over the functionality of Horace's Odes. Fiction? Literal truth? A figurative appropriation of Greek culture in the bookish tradition of past due Hellenism? Arguments either for and opposed to achieve a listening to. Michele Lowrie's advent surveys the kingdom of present scholarship and offers
guidance at the seminal matters confronting the translation of Horatian lyric this day. feedback for additional interpreting and a consolidated bibliography open avenues for extra large research.
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