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Horace, who often wrote in imitation of Alcaeus, sketches in verse one of the Lesbian poet's favourite subjects-Lycus of the black hair and eyes ( C. 1. 32. 11-12: nigris oculis nigroque / crine decorum ).
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Horace derided what he thought as a typical youth of the period, who wasted time on dicing instead of horse-chasing.
Overall naval commander was now Colin Keppel with other boats commanded by Horace Hood and Walter Cowan who were to remain friends and colleagues.
In literature, Gothic novel combines dark elements of both horror and romance: English author Horace Walpole, with his 1764 novel The Castle of Otranto is one of the first writers who explored this genre.
It was in 39 BC that Horace was introduced to Maecenas, who had before this received Lucius Varius Rufus and Virgil into his intimacy.
The initial model for English odes was Horace, who used the form to write meditative lyrics on various themes.
The two most prominent and influential ancient Roman satirists are Horace and Juvenal, who wrote during the early days of the Roman Empire.
The current permanent secretary of the Academy is Peter Englund, who was preceded by Horace Engdahl.
Along the way, he managed to convince Giants owner Horace Stoneham ( who was considering moving his team to Minnesota ) to preserve the rivalry by bringing his team to California as well.
Virgil seems to have made connections with many of the other leading literary figures of the time, including Horace, in whose poetry he is often mentioned, and Varius Rufus, who later helped finish the Aeneid.
The notion of such an action by an audience was however recognized in antiquity, as seen particularly in the Roman theoretical concerns of Horace, who also lived in an age of increasing skepticism about the supernatural, in his Ars Poetica.
Going into the convention, the two leading candidates for the nomination were former Congressman Bland, who had originated the Bland-Allison Act, and former Iowa Governor Horace Boies, with Bland considered the frontrunner.
Like his contemporaries ( all of whom who were educated by reading classical authors such as Livy, Cicero, and Horace ), Shaftesbury admired the simplicity of life of classical antiquity.
The breach with White came because White supported the breakaway Liberal Republicans, reformists who nominated Horace Greeley for President.
Their 1938 Cadillac Model 75 ( a full size Cadillac Series 70 V-8 car ) was driven by Private First Class Horace L. Woodring ( 1926 – 2003 ), who had not been the driver who drove Patton through the war.
For a few months in 1843, he moved to the home of William Emerson on Staten Island, and tutored the family sons while seeking contacts among literary men and journalists in the city who might help publish his writings, including his future literary representative Horace Greeley.
Further dam construction plans for other lakes in the Teton Range alarmed Yellowstone National Park superintendent Horace Albright, who sought to block such efforts.
In 1898, Horace Short patented a design for a loudspeaker driven by compressed air ; he then sold the rights to Charles Parsons, who was issued several additional British patents before 1910.
Upon the death of the third Earl, the Earldom was inherited by the first Earl's younger son Horace Walpole ( a famous writer and friend of poet Thomas Gray ), who died without heirs in 1797.
The use of gripping and exciting narrative and the immediacy gained from the frequent use of direct speech are thought to be among Bacchylides's best qualities, influencing later poets such as Horace ( who imitated him, according to Pomponius Porphyrion, in Carmen I.
*" Francis Zuccarelli, R. A ." in Anecdotes of painters who have resided or been born in England: with critical remarks on their productions ; by Edward Edwards, deceased, late teacher of perspective, and associate, in the Royal Academy ; intended as a continuation to The anecdotes of painting by the late Horace Earl of Orford.
In 1872, it supported Horace Greeley, a former Republican Party newspaper editor, and in 1912 the paper endorsed Theodore Roosevelt, who ran on the Progressive Party slate against Republican President William Howard Taft.
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Readers unacquainted with its reputation as a satirical work often do not immediately realize that Swift was not seriously proposing cannibalism and infanticide, nor would readers unfamiliar with the satires of Horace and Juvenal recognize that Swift's essay follows the rules and structure of Latin satires.
Clara has been a member of Mickey's original farmyard gang since the beginning of his career, although she is seen less often than Clarabelle Cow and Horace Horsecollar.
" Plutarch commended " the saying of Simonides, that he had often felt sorry after speaking but never after keeping silent " and observed that " Simonides calls painting silent poetry and poetry painting that speaks " ( later paraphrased by the Latin poet Horace as ut pictura poesis ).
George Butler was now responsible for the label, but despite some good albums, the commercial viability of jazz was in question, and more borderline and outright commercial records were made ( often by artists who had previously recorded " straight " jazz for the label-Bobby Hutcherson, Lou Donaldson, Donald Byrd, Grant Green, Horace Silver ).
* Horace Ridler (" The Great Omi "), tattooed in a pattern of curved black stripes, often described as zebra-like
His influence was so great that the contributions to the English garden made by his predecessors Charles Bridgeman and William Kent are often overlooked ; even Kent's apologist Horace Walpole allowed that Kent had been followed by " a very able master ".
Martial often alludes to Marsus as one of his predecessors, but he is never mentioned by Horace, although a passage in the Odes ( iv.
Carney was a comic singer with the Horace Heidt orchestra, which was heard often on radio during the 1930s, notably on the hugely successful Pot o ' Gold, the first big-money giveaway show in 1939 – 41.
The jubilee of a monk's religious profession was often kept, and probably some vague memory survived of those Roman ludi saeculares which are commemorated in the " Carmen Saeculare " of Horace, even though this last was commonly associated with a period of a hundred years rather than any lesser interval.
Horace Walpole refers frequently to his idleness and his drunkenness, and in early life at least " his great fortune he had damaged: by such profuse play, that his house was often full of bailiffs.
His tragedies are close to the Senecan model ( although at times they echo medieval morality plays ), but Hardy was unconcerned with Renaissance or classical dramatic theory ( Aristotle, Horace ), the three unities ( Hardy's plays feature many locations and extend past 24 hours ) or the rules of " bienséance " ( his plays openly portray rape and murder and often feature non-noble characters ).
Suggested prototypes for Hollingsworth include Bronson Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Horace Mann, while the narrator is often supposed to be none other than Hawthorne himself.
“ McGraw is going out and we want to make you manager .” Instead, for reasons that some traced to Lindstrom ’ s leadership role in a player revolt against their often dictatorial manager ( a charge he consistently denied, although admitting that he often spoke out against the feisty skipper nicknamed Little Napoleon ), club owner Horace Stoneham chose first baseman Bill Terry to replace McGraw.
Sabu often competed in Japanese hardcore matches, where he teamed with the Sheik, Tiger Jeet Singh and Horace Boulder.
Even when the patrons were prominent, the churches in which the monuments were installed often lay deep in the English countryside: the monument of the Duke of Montagu ( 1752 ), soon followed by his duchess ( 1753 ), are in the church at Warkton, Northamptonshire ; Horace Walpole, an inveterate country house visitor, noted them: " well-performed and magnificent, but wanting in simplicity " was his verdict.
The fragments clearly show how often Horace has imitated him, not only in expression, but in the form of his satires ( see for instance i. 5 and ii.
European artists in a generally academic style who were well known as painters of battle scenes, still often of subjects from the Napoleonic Wars or older conflicts, included Albrecht Adam, Nicaise de Keyser, Piotr Michałowski Antoine Charles Horace Vernet, Emile Jean Horace Vernet, and Wilhelm Camphausen.
During his tenure with the nWo, Stevie Ray would tag team with the likes of Horace Hogan and Scott Norton as well as performing in singles competition, often with Vincent at ringside.
Meditation, trance and self-flagellation are often used while listening to music to bring one to a higher sense of God .< ref > Mann, Horace.
Jock Cameron ( born Horace Brakenridge Cameron and often known as " Herbie " Cameron ; 5 July 1905 – 2 November 1935 ) was a South African cricketer of the 1920s and 1930s.