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Attached is an English translation of the fifth poem from Horace's fourth book of Odes , published around 11 BC (some of the poems may have been...
Attached is an English translation of the fifth poem from Horace's fourth book of
Odes, published around 11 BC (some of the poems may have been written earlier,
but probably not very much earlier). 1 Lines 3 and 7 suggest that the poem is
addressed to Augustus (= "Caesar") at a time when he was was away from Rome.
(This does not necessarily mean that it was written then, or that Augustus is the
only intended audience.)
What is the relationship of the poem to the Augustan program as outlined in lecture
and in the reading from Syme's The Roman Revolution? Some issues you might
What, specifically, does the poet praise Augustus for?
What use does the poem make of traditional Roman imagery or ideology? Are
there any elements that might have seemed strange to, say, Cato the Elder?
How accurate is the picture Horace paints? Are there any elements that seem
false or questionable?
Are there any significant silences—things one might have expected to see in
such a poem that Horace doesn't mention?
I would like each questions answered in a detailed and analytical manner. I want a LONG analysis/answer for each of the question seen above. Thank you in advance.
Here is the link that will take you to the poem and please not that it is two pages in length- file:///Users/TheLegend/Downloads/Horace.Odes.4.5.pdf