Horace | Critical Essay by Susan Tiefenbrun

This literature criticism consists of approximately 17 pages of analysis & critique of Horace.
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SOURCE: Tiefenbrun, Susan. “Blood and Water in Horace: A Feminist Reading.” Papers on French Seventeenth Century Literature 10, no. 19 (1983): 617-34.

In the following essay, Tiefenbrun investigates the function of the blood and water motif in Horace.

Woman is the lesser man, and all thy                     passions matched with mine, Are as moonlight unto sunlight, and                     as water unto wine. 

—(Alfred Lord Tennyson...

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