Horace- Odes

Horace- Odes - his own lifetime Carmen (ode) 3.30 o Talks...

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Horace- Odes 16:06 65-8 bc Latin (Roman poet) All published works survived Lived around time of Vergil Educated in Athens and Rome Perfection of form, depth of portraiture Ars Poetica= “Art of Poetry” Thought to be composed sometime near the end of Horace’s life Odes Were so canonical (popular) that the collection was used as a textbook during 
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Unformatted text preview: his own lifetime Carmen (ode) 3.30 o Talks about living on after death because of his poetry o Be able to associate this poem with the function of the muses John Keats- This Living Hand o Same theme in a modern poem o...
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2008 for the course CLC 110 taught by Professor Gremmler during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Albany.

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