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The Works of Horace

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The Works, From the Text of Orellius;

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Opera Omnia ; Ad Optimorum Exemplarium Fidem Recensita

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Odes of Horace

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...RD FENWICK Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HORACE, BOOK II Title: ODES OF HORACE, BOOK II Author: GERARD FENWICK ... ...... ...CE. nr^HE publication of a translation of the first -- book of the Odes of Horace almost in- evitably leads to a further attempt on the part of the au... ...m Catonis. luno et deorum quisquis amicior Afris inulta cesserat impotens HORACE. ODE I. YOU wish to tell of civil war, The cause of strife, the turn... ...tes munera neniae, Mecumi Dionaeo sub antro Quaere modos leviore plectro. HORACE. And offered on Jugurtha's grave The grandsons of his conqueror. Is ... ...ni propriamque laurum, Quisquis ingentes oculu inretorto Spectat acervos. HORACE. ODE II. GOLD that in the mine is hidden Has no lustre, * Sallust mi... ...erius oeius Sors exitura et nos in aeternum Exsilium impositura cumbae. 8 HORACE. ODE III. AN even mind when fortune smiles, A steadfast heart when s... ...ictore et ademptus Hector Tradidit fessis leviora tolli Pergama Grais. 10 HORACE. ODE IV. DO you love a i^' slave girl, Xanthias, tell me true? Great... ...do ; f uge suspicari, Cuius octavum trepidavit aetas Claudere lustrum. 12 HORACE. You don't know her parents? Beauty without flaw, Such as hers, must...

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The Odes of Horace

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... Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE ODES OF HORACE Author: W. E. H. FORSYTH Language: English Subject: Fiction, Litera... ...... ...-STREET SQUARE AND PARUAMENT STREET .---..... I ~ , . ., ~HE ODES OF HORACE • r \ IlV Elt/GLI.SH VER.SE f • BV w. E. H. FORSYTH, B.A. I... ...ontnlts . THE STORY OF EUROPA To LYDE . To MlECENAS THE IMMORTALITY OF HORACE BOOK IP. To VENUS To ANTONIUS IULUS. To MELPOMENE . THE PRAISE ... ...124 126 126 128 12 9 13 0 13 z .' , i t , . ~ . THE ODES OF HORACE. 101 BOOK I. I. TO M.£CENAS. o thou to ancient kings allied, ' ... ...taIus with all his gold Will ever tempt to leave his hold, B 2 Odes of Horace. And in a Cyprian bark to brave, A timid sailor, storm and wave. ... ...thy augur home, And, clo.thed in clouds, Apollo come! B2 3 4 Odes of Horace. Or thou, sweet queen of smiles, descend, Whom Mirth and Cupid aye... ...h, at first remote and slow, Came on with quickened tread. s 6 Odes of Horace. There's Dredalus, who sailed, they tell, On false wings thro' the... ...fickle faith he'll swear, And curse his gods completely I 7 8 Odes of Horace. How oft he'll see-unwonted sight­ His ocean all 0' ercast, Who fo...

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Notebooks

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Opera omnia ; ad optimorum exemplarium fidem recensita

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Opera

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Opera; ad optimas editiones collata

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The odes and satyrs of Horace, that have been done into English by the most eminent hands, viz. Earl of Rochester. Earl of Roscommon. Mr. Cowley. Mr. Otway. Mr. Congreve. Mr. Prior. Mr. Maynwaring. Mr. Dryden. Mr. Milton. Mr. Pooly

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...the reft, by being printed in an Italick Charader. CON- CONTENTS. ODES of HORACE. BOOK I. Ode I. To Mecaenas. page i Ode I. ^, 3 Ode II. By Arthur Ma... ...II. By Mr. Stafford. 15^ Satyr X. ^^^ The Country Moufe, A Paraphrafe upon Horace, Book 2. Sat. 6. By Mr. Cowley. i6f ^ E P 1- CONTENTS. EPISTLES, BO... ...s of Friendjhip and Con- verfation. 175: Epiftle XVIII. By Mr. Pooley. 178 Horace'^ /irt of Poetry.^ by the Earl of Rofcom- mon, 186 HORACE, THE OD... ... ant from the bufie Throng, There let the Mttfes tun$ my Smgi But Book I. HORACE, But they in vain will firing my Lyre^ Unlefsyou. praife what they i... ...ht Hermes, that appear Form'd in the Shape of young Auguftm here. Book I. HORACE. j Pleas'd to be call'd th' Aveogcr of our Guiit, For CAfrrs Blood, ... ...thy committed Pledge reftore, And land him fafely on the Shore: B 4 And 8 HORACE. Book I. And fave the better part of me, From pcrilhing with him at ... ...Famine, with her meagre Facs, And Fevers of the fiery Race, ~^ In Book I. HORACE. In Swarms th' offending Wretch furrouniJ; All brooding on the blaft... ...clad in pleafant Greetij • B f Ar.U * iJst written by theE— — of R— —» 19 HORACE. Book I. And only fragrant Dews now fall: The Ox forfakes his once w... ...ature's Treat, And plea/e our felyes with ail that's fweet ; Let's Book L HORACE. it Let's to the fliady Bowers, Where Crown'd with gawdy Flowers,' W...

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The odes of Horace, and his Secular hymn, rendered in English verse

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... /', HORACE THE ODES OF HORACE AND HIS SECULAR HYMN 1Ren6ere& in Englieb IDerse BY W. e. GREEN, M... ...REEK IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE 432501 APOLOGIA " Translator ! And of Horace ! Too large store We have of such : why would you make them more ?... ...good readable EngHsh : but this *' if " opens a wide door. About translating Horace's Odes, on two points only shall I dwell. 1. Ought a certain Latin... ...e, yet some English metres are by use appropriated to particular moods ; and Horace's variety of moods can be more surely shown by varying the metre. ... ...e some correspondence with that of the origi- nal. Nearly all (some say all) Horace's odes are in stanzas. But there are odes which do not markedly fa... ... even need expansion. My conclusion was that the Alcaic stanza of forty-one HORACE 11 syllables needed an English stanza of thirty-four or thirty-six... ...hal, Which mothers hate. Beneath cold skies Of tender wife forgetful hes 16 HORACE The hunter, when his staunch hounds view A deer, or Marsian boar p... ...y long : Nor, with our vices wroth, wind-wafted rise Swift to the skies. 18 HORACE Here rather stay well-pleased, here triumphs claim, Father and Pri... ...p, If in God's despite ships o'erleap Impious that unpermitted watery line. HORACE ^ 19 Thro' all forbidden deeds of shame, Bold to endure the worst,...

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The odes of Horace; Volume: 2

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... Xondon (3. p. putnam'0 Sone Tlbc *nicherbochcr prc«« I III I, THE ODES OF HORACE BOOKS III AND IV 2057156 LIBER TERTIUS I /^DI profanum volgus et ... ...uch thoughts may spare; Enjoy the present hour's regale, And banish care. IX Horace. While I had power to bless you, Nor any round that neck his arms ... ...ound that neck his arms did fling More privileged to caress you. Happier was Horace than the Persian king. Lydia. While you for none were pining Sorer... ...pair us 'neath his brazen yoke once more, And, bright-hair'd Chloe spurning, Horace to off-cast Lydia ope his door? L. Though he is fairer, milder, Th... ...ne, When years the cyclic season brought, To chant the festal hymn divine By Horace taught." C105] Iborati Carminum Ulb, iv VII DiFFUGERE nives, rede... ...age to the Houyhnhnms .... 83 Hale, E. E. The Man without a Country . . .142 Horace. Odes. EngUsh Translation and Latin Text. 2 vols 143-144 Ideals of...

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The odes of Horace; Volume: 1

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...t an5 XonJon 0. p. putnam'6 Sons ^bc UtniclJcrbocfter preaa THE ODES OF HORACE BOOKS I AND II 2057155 Q. HORATI FLACCI CARMINUM LIBER PRIMUS X^AEC... ...sui: mox reficit rates quassas, indocilis pauperiem pati. [21 THE ODES OF HORACE BOOK I \A AECENAS, born of monarch ancestors, The shield at once and... ...Is that as sweet? The self-same day Shall crush us twain; no idle oath Has Horace sworn; whene'er you go, We both will travel, travel both The last da... ...e to the Houyhnhnms .... 83 Hale, E. E. The Man without a Country . . .142 Horace. Odes. English Translation and Latin Text. 2 vols 143-144 Ideals of ...

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Odes of Horace

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...ODES OF HORACE Bv GERARD FENWICK eff\ ODES OF HORACE Book II. ODES OF HORACE Book II. Translated into English Verse BY... ...CE. nr^HE publication of a translation of the first -- book of the Odes of Horace almost in- evitably leads to a further attempt on the part of the au... ...m Catonis. luno et deorum quisquis amicior Afris inulta cesserat impotens HORACE. ODE I. YOU wish to tell of civil war, The cause of strife, the turn... ...tes munera neniae, Mecumi Dionaeo sub antro Quaere modos leviore plectro. HORACE. And offered on Jugurtha's grave The grandsons of his conqueror. Is ... ...ni propriamque laurum, Quisquis ingentes oculu inretorto Spectat acervos. HORACE. ODE II. GOLD that in the mine is hidden Has no lustre, * Sallust mi... ...erius oeius Sors exitura et nos in aeternum Exsilium impositura cumbae. 8 HORACE. ODE III. AN even mind when fortune smiles, A steadfast heart when s... ...ictore et ademptus Hector Tradidit fessis leviora tolli Pergama Grais. 10 HORACE. ODE IV. DO you love a i^' slave girl, Xanthias, tell me true? Great... ...do ; f uge suspicari, Cuius octavum trepidavit aetas Claudere lustrum. 12 HORACE. You don't know her parents? Beauty without flaw, Such as hers, must... ... iam tibi lividos Distinguet Auctumnus racemos Purpureo varius colore. 14 HORACE. ODE V. TOO young, too young, I fear,^^ Too young the yoke to bear ;...

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Nineteen odes to Horace

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Nineteen odes of Horace

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... $B 273 530 ENGLISHED BT . If. !Jttllls GIFT OF Nineteen Odes of Horace ENGLISHED BY WILLIAM HATHORN MILLS SAN BBRNARDINO, CALIFORNIA BARNUM... ...r their onward flight. "Trained to the modes" anon you'll say As bride "of Horace, poet-seer, On our centennial holiday I sang a song Gods loved to he...

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The Works of Horace

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Works of Horace

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