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achieved Alcibiades audience Beikircher Boileau Caesius Bassus Casaubon century chapter choliambics Classical conmentary conmon contemporary Cornutus described dialogue diatribe diminutive Dryden E. H. Warmington ears edition of Persius English Ennius epic Epistle especially ethical example Ezra Pound fifth satire Finally fourth satire genre Greek Hellenistic hexameter Horace Horace's Horatian Horatian satire iambic imagery images imitated inmediately inspiration interlocutor introduced irony iunctura John Dryden Juvenal Latin lines literary literature lofty Lucan Lucilius lyric Macrinus metaphor meter moral criticism moral doctrine Muses Nero Nero's Neronian obscure parody passage Persius Persius's first satire Persius's satiric Persius's style persona philosophy phrase poem poet poetic poetry political prayer prologue prose Quintilian quoted reader reference reign Roman satire Roman society Rome satiric tradition satirist says second satire Seneca sius sius's sixth Sokratikoi Logoi Stoic Stoic paradox Stoicism student techniques theme third satire Thrasea tion translation University Press Vergil vice virtue vivid vocabulary words writing