Horace on Himself as a Between

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Charles Tomlinson captures the humor and joy —- and self-deprecation—- of Horace’s image of himself as a between in Ode II20, final poem of book 2. “Biformis vates.” (Horace in English, Penguin Books, 1996, 294)

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