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The Sixteen Satires Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

What is Juvenal's objection to modern patrons?

Why should parents set positive moral examples for their children?

Show three examples of Juvenal mocking mythology.

What is the purpose of Juvenal referring to immorality so frequently?

Explain the significance of the ninth age of mankind as a metal which has no name because of its baseness.

List and provide examples of three recurring immoral acts.

Describe at least five human activities of which Juvenal approves.

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