[ilds] Loeb Classical Library

william godshalk godshawl at email.uc.edu
Fri May 9 11:05:09 PDT 2008

I have my copy of the Loeb Horace at hand. It was translated into 
English by H. Rushton Fairclough for the Loeb Classical Library and 
first printed in 1926 -- and oft reprinted (e.g. 1929, 1932, 1939, 
1942, 1947 It is NOT a verse translation. It's definitely prose. And 
it is to this translation that Durrell alludes. Irony? You bet.

But as I turned to Horace's "The Art of Poetry," I remembered that it 
begins with a reference to "Painters and poets."
W. L. Godshalk		*
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University of Cincinnati            Stellar disorder  *
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