Horace's later lyric poetry, Odes IV, which focuses on praising Augustus, the imperial family, and other political insiders, has often been treated more as propaganda than art. But, the author, here, examines the richly textured ambiguities of Odes IV.
Timothy Johnson is associate professor of classics at the University of Florida.
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