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Anderson, W. H.  (ed.)  (1999)

Why Horace? A Collection of Interpretations.  Wauconda.

Commager, S.  (1967)

The Odes of Horace: A Critical Study.  Indiana.

Costa, C. D. N.  (ed.)  (1973)

Horace.  London.

Ficke, G. C.  (1971)

Lucilius and Horace: A Study in the Classical Theory of Imitation.    Westport.

Freudenburg, K.  (1993)

The Walking Muse: Horace on the Theory of Satire.  Princeton.

Gregson, D.  (1991)

Polyhymnia: The Rhetoric of Horatian Lyric Discourse.  California.

Lee, M. O.  (1969)

Word, Sound, and Image in the Odes of Horace.  Michigan.

Lyne, R. O. A. M.  (1995)

Horace: Behind the Public Poetry.  Yale.

Minadeo, R.  (1982)

The Golden Plectrum: Sexual Symbolism in Horace's Odes.   Amsterdam.

Nisbet, R. G. M., and Hubbard, M.  (1975)

A Commentary on Horace: Odes, Book 1.  Oxford.

Nisbet, R. G. M., and Hubbard, M.  (1978)

A Commentary on Horace: Odes, Book 2.  Oxford.

Porter, D. H.  (1987)

Horace's Poetic Journey: A Reading of Odes 1-3.  Princeton.

Putnam, M. C. J.  (1986)

Artifices of Eternity: Horace's Fourth Book of Odes.  Cornell.

Santirocco, M. S.  (1986)

Unity and Design in Horace's Odes.  North Carolina.

Shackleton Bailey, D. R.  (1982)

Profile of Horace.  Harvard.

Rudd, N.  (1982)

The Satires of Horace.  California.

Rudd, N.  (ed.) (1993)

Horace 2000: Essays for the Bimillennium.  Ann Arbor.

West, D.  (1967)

Reading Horace.  Edinburgh.

Wilkinson, L. P.  (1968)

Horace & Lyric Poetry.  Cambridge.

Williams, G.  (ed.)  (1969)

The Third Book of Horace's Odes.  Oxford.

Witke, C.  (1983)

Horace's Roman Odes: A Critical Examination.  Leiden.


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