Horace, with Engl. Notes by J.E. Yonge

Horace, with Engl. Notes by J.E. Yonge

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1857 edition. Excerpt: ...victrices catervas Conjuge me Jovis et sorore. "Ter si resurgat murus aeneus 65 Auctore Phoebo, ter pereat meis Exeisus Argivis; ter uxor Capta virum puerosque ploret.'--Non hoc jocosae conveniet lyrae: Quo Musa tendis? Desine pervicax 70 Referre sermones deorum et Magna modis tenuare parvis. CARMEN IV. AD CALLIOPEN. Descende coelo, et die age tibia Eegina longum Calliope melos, Seu voce nunc mavis acuta, Seu fidibus citharaque Phoobi. Auditis? an me ludit amabilis 5 61. alite, 'with evil omen (as being contrary to my will).' So avi, Carra. i. xv. 5. 64. conjuge et sorore. Horn. II. ir. 432.; Virg. JEn. i. 47. 66. auctore Phcebo. Cp. Trojse munitor, Ov. Ep. v. 139. 72.Cp.Carm. i.vi. 9., tenuesgrandia. Odb IV. An ode to the Muses, acknowledging their beneficent protective power, first for himself, then (as joined with consilium, ver. 41.) for the state and its great ruler (ver. 37.. altura Cccsarem ), whose rightful and secure supremacy is compared with that of Jupiter. 2. Calliope. Horace invokes the several Muses (without distinction of their offices) as suits his verse. Cp. Carm. i. i. 33., I. xii. 2., Iil xxx. 16. Virgil invokes all under the one name (Mn. ix. 525.): Vos, o Calliope. 4. fidibus citharaque. Hendiadys. (Most of the MS. copies have citharave; but wrongly, no doubt. See Bentley and Orelli; and for the constant MS. confusion of ve and que see Bentley on Carm. in. ii. 28., and the various readings of Orelli on ni. ii. 16.) 5. amabilis insania=mentis gratissimus error, Ep. n. ii, 140. Insania? Audire et videor pios 1 Errare per lucos, amoenae Quos et aquae subeunt et auras. Me fabulosaa, Vulture in Apulo Altricis extra limen Apuliae, 10 Ludo fatigatumque somno Fronde nova puerum palumbes Texere, mirum quod foret omnibus, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 122g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236610687
  • 9781236610683