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C. O. Brink, Horace on Poetry, Vol. I, Prolegomena to the Literary Epistles
( Cambridge, 1963), p. 154.
1 The Epistle of Augustus
C. O. Brink, Horace on Poetry, Vol. III, Epistles, Book II ( Cambridge, 1982), p. 495.
Brink, III, pp. 526 ff., 546; R. Syme, History in Ovid ( Oxford, 1978), p. 3.
Brink, III, pp. 562-67.
Brink, III, pp. 563-64.
Brink, III, pp. 566-67.
Brink, III, p. 33, describes the opening tone as "respectful but cool and
uninvolved. . . . It also suits the style of a real letter in prose. . . ."
Maecenas is mentioned in Ode 4.11.19, inviting Phyllis to a birthday party
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Book title: The Poetry of Criticism:Horace, Epistles II, and Ars Poetica.
Contributors: Ross S. Kilpatrick - Author.
Publisher: University of Alberta Press.
Place of publication: Edmonton, Alta..
Publication year: 1990.
Page number: 89.
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