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Horace’s Rud(e)-imentary Muse: Sat. 1.2
“Why in a poem that writes against Lucilius (1.4) does Horace invoke his own most Lucilian exercise (1.2)? Or rather, why in a poem that stakes out a specifically Horatian satiric territory does he draw attention to a satire in which that territory, that urbane self-presentation, consciously attenuated voice, and delimited set of satiric subjects, is unsettled, seemingly in play?”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Daniel Hooley
From: Electronic Antiquity Vol. 5 no. 2 October 1999

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