What is "Horatian ode"?
Asked by Shan Real, 17 Dec '09 11:24 pm
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An ode relating to or resembling the works or style of the Roman poet, Horace, consisting of a series of uniform stanzas, complex in their metrical system and rhyme scheme. The Greek form is called an aeolic ode. Horatian odes are characteristically less elaborate and more restrained than Pindaric odes.Answered by Joseph Chacko, 17 Dec '09 11:40 pm
An ode with several stanzas.Answered by Shikha Aggarwal, 17 Dec '09 11:35 pm
An ode which has several stanzas and each stanza follows the same meter.Answered by nargis bhambi, 17 Dec '09 11:39 pm
A stanza where a fixed pattern is followedAnswered by minticool, 17 Dec '09 11:26 pm