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Horace Epode 11

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In the face of contradictory past exegeses of Epode 11 this paper argues that the epode's dominant theme is remedia amoris, that it can be read sequentially as a self-consistent narrative, that lines 15–18 are the words of Pettius, not of Horace (and so are yet another remedium amoris), and that certain literary allusions perceived in Epode 11 by past scholarship are invalid and hence have no interpretative value.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2019

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