Armand D'Angour

Horace meets other great poets.

Was Horace a town or a country mouse?

Romans – like the poet Horace – tired of the relentlessness of city life and depicted the country as a venue for retreat and relaxation. But they also knew that time in the country was made all the sweeter by big city moolah and achievement.

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