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The cult of the Horatian ode in the nineteenth century

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a study of some translations and their background
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Throughout the earlier part of the nineteenth century Vergil, Homer and Horace dominated the teaching in public schools. At Eton a boy would go through the odes two or three times at least, and would be expected to memorise them all. The handing down of interleaved texts and an unimaginative adherence to traditional systems of 'calling up' boys exempted the idle from industry or cerebration; at the same time, the knowledge of Horace acquired by a tolerably conscientious boy would probably...

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University of Oxford
Department:
Faculty of English Language and Literature
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Publication date:
1970
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford
Source identifiers:
602326323
Language:
English
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2014-04-01

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