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Severe winter is melted away beneath the agreeable change of spring and the western breeze; and engines haul down the dry Ships. And neither does the cattle any longer delight in the stalls, nor the plo... Læs mere

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Excerpt from The Works of Horace: Translated Literally Into English Prose

Severe winter is melted away beneath the agreeable change of spring and the western breeze; and engines haul down the dry Ships. And neither does the cattle any longer delight in the stalls, nor the ploughman in the fireside; nor are the meadows whitened by hoary frosts. Now Cytherean Venus leads ofi' the dance by moonlight; and the come Graces, in conjunction with the Nymphs, Shake the ground with alter nate feet; while glowing Vulcan kindles the laborious forges of the Cyclops. Now it is fitting to encircle the shining head either with verdant myrtle, or with such ¿owers as the re laxed earth produces. Now likewise it is fitting to sacrifice to Faunus in the shady groves, whether he demand a lamb, or be more pleased with a kid. Pale death knocks at the cot tages of the poor, and the palaces of kings, with an impartial foot. 0 happy Sextius! The short sum total of life forbids us to form remote expectations. Presently shall darkness, and the unreal ghosts, and the shadowy mansion of Pluto oppress you; whens, when you shall have once arrived, you shall neither decide the dominion of the bottle by dice, nor shall you admire the tender Lycidas, with whom now all the vouth is in¿amed, and for whom ere long the maidens will grow warm.

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