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I've listened long and now would silence break

DMI number:
12261
Poem Aliases
Horace. Satires. Book 2 Satire 7.
Confidence:
Absolute (100%)
Evidence:
First Line:
I've listened long and now would silence break
Last Line:
To increase the number I've sent there before
Poem Genre / Form:
Couplet, Imitation / translation / paraphrase, and Satire
Themes:
Ancient history, Corruption, Gambling, Liberty, Money / wealth, Sex / relations between the sexes, and Virtue / vice
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Translated from:
Horace
Confidence:
Absolute (100%)
Comments:
Content/Publication
Title:
Poems on several occasions [T75638] [ECCO]
Page No(s):
pp.xxvii-xxxiv
Poem Title:
Horace, Satire VII. Book VII. Davus and Horace.
Attribution:
In the preface signed 'J. Dennis', '...I appeal to you, Sir, if the Satire of Horace the Translation of which comes after this Letter [...]'.
Attributed To:
John Dennis
Title:
Poems on several occasions [T75645]
Page No(s):
pp.xxvii-xxxiv
Poem Title:
Horace, Satire VII. Book VII. Davus and Horace.
Attribution:
In the preface signed 'J. Dennis', '...I appeal to you, Sir, if the Satire of Horace the Translation of which comes after this Letter [...]'.
Attributed To:
John Dennis
Title:
Poems on several occasions [T75657]
Page No(s):
pp.xxvii-xxxiv
Poem Title:
Horace, Satire VII. Book VII. Davus and Horace.
Attribution:
In the preface signed 'J. Dennis', '...I appeal to you, Sir, if the Satire of Horace the Translation of which comes after this Letter [...]'.
Attributed To:
John Dennis
Title:
Poems on several occasions. By the late Matthew Prior [3rd ed.] [T75656]
Page No(s):
pp.xvi-xxii
Poem Title:
Horace. Satire VII. Book II. Davus and Horace.
Attribution:
In the Preface signed J. Dennis '...this of Horace. the Translation of which has occasioned the Trouble which I now give you'
Attributed To:
John Dennis