Quinn was a St. Louis educator who translated these works of Horace. The translation, Introduction & Notes were published in St. Louis: Blackwell Wielandy Company, 1936. 48 +179 pages plus a fold-out chart. Foreword by Dr. Walter Miller. Several plates. Correction slip laid in. This is #233 of 300 copies. I have several editions of both Horace and Ovid, so I would be happy to sell those books as collections at a hefty discount. Ruby Lane requires a minimum price of $100 in this category, but I can accept offers.

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1936 Horace: Odes, Epodes and Art of Poetry by John Quinn


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