The Odes and Epodes of Horace: A Metrical Translation Into English

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Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton
Harper & brothers, 1870 - Laudatory poetry, Latin - 521 pages
 

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Contents

TO LTCE
292
TO THE LYRE
296
NEOBULES SOLILOQUY
302
TO THE BANDUSIAN FOUNTAIN
304
ON THE ANTICIPATED RETURN OP AUGUSTUS FROM THE CAN TABRIAN WAR
306
ON AN OLD WOMAN AFFECTING YOUTH
310
GOLD THE CORRUPTOR
312
TO L JSLIUS LAMIA
316
TO FAUNUS
318
TO TELEPnUS IN HONOR OF MURENAS INSTALLATION IN THE COLLEGE OF AUGURS
320
OMITTED
323
TO MY CASK 824
324
VOTIVE INSCRIPTION TO DIANA
328
TO PHIDYLE
330
ON THE MONEYSEEKING TENDENCIES OF THE AGE
334
HYMN TO BACCHUS
340
TO VENUS
344
TO GALATEA UNDERTAKING A JOURNEY
346
ON THE FEASTDAY OF NEPTUNE
354
INVITATION TO MECENAS
356
PREDICTION OF HIS OWN FUTURE TIME
363
THE SECULAR HYMN
366
BOOK IV
378
TO IULUS ANTONIUS
382
TO MELPOMENE
390
IN PRAISE OF DRUSUS AND THE RACE OF THE NEROS
394
TO AUGUSTUS THAT HE WOULD HASTEN HIS RETURN TO ROME
403
TO APOLLO
408
TO TORQUATUS
412
TO CENSORINUS
416
TO L0LLIU3
420
TO PHYLLIS
426
INVITATION TO VIRGIL
430
TO LYCE A FADED BEAUTY
434
TO AUGUSTUS AFTER THE VICTORIES OF TIBERIUS
438
TO AUGUSTUS ON TUE BESTORATION OF FEACE
444
THE EPODES INTRODUCTION
450
TO MAECENAS
452
ALFIUS THE CHARMS OF ItUUAL LIFE
456
TO M v i I1 v IN EXECRATION OF GARLIC
462
AGAINST AN UPSTART
466
ON TUB WITCH CANIDIA
470
AGAINST CASSIUS
482
TO THE ROMANS
484
OMITTED
485
TO MAECENAS
486
ON MJEVIUS SETTING OUT ON A VOYAGE 4tfO
490
TO FRIENDS
494
TO MAECENAS IN EXCUSE FOR INDOLENCE IN COMPLETING TUB VERSES HE HAD PROMISED
498
iTO NEERA
500
TO THE ROMAN PEOPLE OR RATHER TO HIS OWN POLITICAL FRIENDS
504
TO CANIDIAAN APOLOGY
512
CANIBIAS REPLY
518

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