The transformation of the Horatian Sabine farm in Persius? Satire 6
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Kallergi, Anthofili
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2020
The purpose of this article is to focus on the motif of the countryside in Roman satire. In particular, it aspires to study the way the Sabine farm is delineated in Horace's Satire 2.6 and later in his Epistles, in order to elucidate the evolution of this motif in Persius? 6th Satire. In this poem, Persius addresses Caesius Bassus, who retreats to Sabine to seek poetic inspiration, but seems trapped in the paths of earlier poetry and cannot attain bliss, while the poet achieves it in the port of Luna.

    Kallergi, Anthofili. The transformation of the Horatian Sabine farm in Persius? Satire 6. En: Studia philologica valentina, 22 2020: 33-45

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