Vides ut alta stet nive candidum Soracte

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"Vides ut alta stet nive candidum Soracte" incipit carmen nonum libri primi carminum ab Horatio anno circiter 23 a.C.n. editorum:

AD THALIARCHUM
Vides ut alta stet nive candidum
Soracte, nec iam sustineant onus
Silvae laborantes, geluque
Flumina constiterint acuto ...

Citationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

Generalis Henricus Kreipe, militum Germanorum in Creta anno 1944 dux, a repugnatoribus Cretensibus Britannisque deprehensus, montem Idam nivosam videns, verba sponte citavit "Vides ut alta stet nive candidum Soracte ..."; cui respondit Patricius Leigh Fermor "... nec iam sustineant onus Silvae laborantes" et cetera. Inde captus captorque se ex eisdem fontibus olim bibisse recognoverunt.[1]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "We had both drunk at the same fountains long before": Patricius Leigh Fermor, Words of Mercury (Londinii: Murray, 2003) p. 96

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Eruditio
  • Laurence Catlow, "Fact, Imagination, and Memory in Horace: 'Odes' 1.9" in Greece & Rome vol. 23 (1976) pp. 74-81 JSTOR
  • Cornelia C. Coulter, "Aeolian Strains on the Roman Lyre" in Classical Journal vol. 31 (1935) pp. 175-182 JSTOR
  • Richard Gaskin, Horace and Housman (Novi Eboraci: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) pp. 17-22 (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)
  • Leonard Moskovit, "Horace's Soracte Ode as a Poetic Representation of an Experience" in Studies in Philology vol. 74 (1977) pp. 113-129 JSTOR
  • Brooks Otis, "The Relevance of Horace" in Arion vol. 9 no. 2/3 (1970) pp. 145-174 JSTOR
  • Carl P. E. Springer, "Horace's Soracte Ode: Location, Dislocation, and the Reader" in Classical World vol. 82 (1988) pp. 1-9 JSTOR
Versiones
  • J. V. Cunningham, "Odes 1.9 and a Note from the Quest of the Opal" in Arion vol. 9 no. 2/3 (1970) pp. 175-177 JSTOR (Anglice)
  • Giuseppe Parini in Franco Fido, "Le "altre" odi del Parini e la sindrome del non finito" in Italica vol. 77 (2000) pp. 14-25 JSTOR (Italiane)
  • John Frederick Nims, "C. 1.9" in Arion vol. 9 no. 2/3 (1970) p. 284 JSTOR (Anglice)
  • Christopher Smart in Arthur Sherbo, "Christopher Smart's Three Translations of Horace" in Journal of English and Germanic Philology vol. 66 (1967) pp. 347-358 JSTOR (Anglice)

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