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Dichten über Dichtung als letzter Verzicht In Abkürzung zitierte Literatur

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Horace is an artist beyond the differences between Apollonian and Dionysian. Horace's art is true classic in the normative and standard setting ends. Of course, if Horace is certainly located in the world, so he was never lost to the world, he lived "Only in his heaven, in His love, in his song", but always in the world at the same time. And so the world as a poet Horace was a final disclaimer to an even wiser within the meaning of the verses of Stefan George. Horace reads the poem in a way and has learnt to handle the word of shyness with economy and precision in consequence of his personal poem. The disclaimer of the poem at the late poetry of Horace shows at the surface-to turn away from seeming Poetic; Horace becomes quite sober, and almost technical study of the apparent Trivia of the poem is made. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: final disclaimer; personal poem; poet Horace



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