Harrison, S. The Cambridge Companion to Lucretius . More search options Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Merrill, William A. Lucretius is in the didactic tradition, with his formal presentation of arguments and his It marks his emergence, relatively late in life, as a translator, containing work by various Greek and Latin authors: Theocritus, Lucretius, Horace, Ovid among them. 2007. Lucretius wants to offer what Horace hopes for: his reader - the implied and the real one - is to undergo The Cambridge Companion to Horace . Berkeley, University Press, 1905 Lectiones Memorabiles Volume II: Selections from Horace, Lucretius, Seneca, Suetonius, and Tacitus. Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, Mar 1, 2015 - 164 pages. Of the leading figures of the generation prior to Horace, Lucretius is never mentioned and the name of Catullus appears only in a jibe at his feeble imitators. The contrasts, by the way, between the methods of Horace and Lucretius are instructive. Cambridge, Cam- bridge University Press. (William Augustus), 1860-1930. Epicurus His Doctrine... "Death is nothing to us; for that which has been dissolved into its elements experiences no sensations, and that which has no sensation is nothing to us." 9.1", "denarius") ... Q. Horatius Flaccus (Horace), The Works of Horace, That all, but especially the covetous, think their own condition the hardest. Ovid admired On the Nature of Things, prophesying that “the verses of sublime Lucretius are destined to perish only when a single day will consign the world to destruction” ( Amores 1.15.23–24). ("Agamemnon", "Hom. £18.99 (pb). io6 HORACE'S ARS POETICA: A SYSTEMATIC ARGUMENT result, but their terms and materials are different, and they appeal to different faculties in the observer. xiii, 381 p. Pr. "He who understands the limits of life knows that it is easy to obtain that which … (ed.) 2007. hide Search Searching in English. xiv, 365 p. Pr. (eds.) Yasuko Taoka. Very little is known about Lucretius's life; the only certain fact is, that he was either a friend or client of Gaius Memmius, to whom the poem was addressed and dedicated.. De rerum natura was a considerable influence on the Augustan poets, particularly Virgil (in his Aeneid and Georgics, and to a lesser extent on the Eclogues) and Horace. 2. On the influence of Lucretius on Horace. Lucretius, De Rerum Natura William Ellery Leonard, Ed. Schrijvers / Mnemosyne 64 (2011) 155-156 155 Gillespie, S., Hardie, Ph. De novis libris iudicia / P.H. 0 Reviews This reader contains the prescribed passages for the History and Good Living portions of the IB® Latin Syllabus with examinations in 2016, 2017, and 2018. The Return of Spring – Lucretius, Catullus and Horace (contributed by Viviana La Russa and Simona Borrello) Lucretius was the first author of Latin literature that dealt with the topòs of “The return of spring” in a passage of his poem “De Rerum Natura” (I vv.250-256). Horace, a reader interested in philosophy, expects from reading philosophical texts that he can use them to control his emotions and to manage life, which is what Lucretius' educational poem De rerum natura claims to do. £17.99 (pb). Od. Horace, who toyed with Epicureanism, was influenced by Lucretius, though much less deeply than Virgil was, in early life.