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" Nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam. "
Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis: Accedunt clavis motrica, notulae Anglicae, et ... - Page 10
by Virgil - 1832 - 491 pages
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Poetry and Truth in the Spanish Works of Fray Luis de León

David Jonathan Hildner - Literary Criticism - 1992 - 204 pages
...Fray Luis not only transmits the laudatory material faithfully, but amplifies it considerably: . . . namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia condere bellas. (vv. 6-7) ('Now, Varus, since bards enough will volunteer to sing your praises, and to compose...
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Horace: Behind the Public Poetry

R. O. A. M. Lyne - Biography & Autobiography - 1995 - 252 pages
...uellit et admonuit; 'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis pascere oportet ouis, deductum6 dicere carmen.' nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare,...et tristia condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam; non iniussa cano. When I sang of kings and battles (ie an epic), the Cynthian (Apollo)...
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Concordantia Vergiliana, Volume 1

Manfred Wacht - Epic poetry, Latin - 1996 - 734 pages
...trépidos ас Nisum dicere iussit./ turn sic Hyrtacides: 'audite о А. 9,233 (20) carmen.' /nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes,/ Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia b. 6, 6 (20) iubet responsa Latino /certa referre viros et pacis dicere leges./ postera vix summos...
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Horace's Narrative Odes

Michele Lowrie, Michèle Lowrie - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 402 pages
...vellit et admonuit: 'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis pascere oportet ovis, deductum dicere carmen.' nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare,...et tristia condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam: non iniussa cano. si quis tamen haec quoque, si quis captus amore leget, te nostrae,...
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L'elegia allo specchio: studi sul I libro degli Amores di Ovidio

Rosalba Dimundo - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 372 pages
...d'orecchi di Apollo e il suo monito hanno un effetto immediato (vv. 6-8): nunc ego — namque super iibi erunt qui dicere laudes, / Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia condere bella - / agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam. Sembra, invece, rientrare nella normalità l'iniziazione poetica di Cornelio Gallo:...
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Language in Vergil's Eclogues

Michael Lipka - Literary Collections - 2001 - 246 pages
...'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis 5 pascere oportet ovis, deductum dicere carmen. ' nunc ego (namque super tibí erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam: non Mussa cano... (6.1-9) uT|6' fai èu.eû Otipâxc u,éya yoipeoixrav 20 TÍKTeaOav...
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In Search of the Classic: Reconsidering the Greco-Roman Tradition, Homer to ...

Steven Shankman - Literary Criticism - 1994 - 360 pages
...admonuit: 'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis pascere oportet ovis, deductum dicere carmen.' nunc ego lnamque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant...et tristia condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam. [My earliest muse saw fit to play with light Sicilian verse. She dwelt among the woods,...
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Callimachus II, Volume 2

Groningen workshops on Hellenistic poetry - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 336 pages
...'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis pascere oportet ouis. deductum dicere carmen.' nunc ego (namque super libi erunt qui dicere laudes, Vare, tuas cupiant et tristia condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam: non iniussa cano, si quis tamen haec quoque, si quis 1. Pace Cameron (1995: 459) who...
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Statius' Thebaid and the Poetics of Civil War

Charles McNelis - History - 2007
...vellit et admonuit: 'pastorem, Tityre, pinguis pascere oportet ovis, deductum dicere carmen.' nunc ego (namque super tibi erunt qui dicere laudes Vare,...et tristia condere bella) agrestem tenui meditabor harundine Musam: Ed. 6.1-8 My Muse thought it acceptable to play in Sicilian verse, and was not embarrassed...
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