Cover

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Title Page, Copyright

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CONTENTS

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p. ix

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FOREWORD

Richard Howard

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pp. xi-xiii

New versions of Horace continue to appear, and the old translations by English poets in the canon continue to be reprinted and anthologized. Evidently Horace is a sustaining articulation of Western literary...

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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p. xv

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INTRODUCTION

Quintus Horatius Flaccus

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pp. xvii-xxvii

Horace is the quintessential Italian.
A new translation of an author who has been translated hundreds of times must offer its justification. Mine is a reading of this Roman poet who lived more than two thousand years ago, in the light of his...

NOTE TO THE READER

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p. xxix

ODES

Book I

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pp. 3-53

Book II

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pp. 57-90

Book III

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pp. 93-150

Book IV

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pp. 153-188

SATIRES

Book I

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pp. 191-243

Book II

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pp. 247-313

NOTES TO ODES

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pp. 317-341

NOTES TO SATIRES

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pp. 343-351

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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pp. 353-355