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Bucolics (Auden) Bucolics is a sequence of poems by W. H. Auden written in 1953 and 1953. The seven poems in the sequence are: "Winds", "Woods, "Mountains", "Lakes", "Islands", "Plains", and "Streams".
Bucolics (Auden) The sequence was first published in book form in Auden's book "The Shield of Achilles" (1955), together with a parallel sequence "Horae Canonicae."
Dog food In 37 BCE Virgil talks about the feeding of dogs in his "Bucolics":
The Trudy In 2012 the singles Dirt Cheap Melody and Bucolics Anonymous were released.
Eclogues The Eclogues (; ), also called the Bucolics, is the first of the three major works of the Latin poet Virgil.
Thomas Keightley Keightley edited Virgil's "Bucolics and Georgics" (1847), which was prefigured by his "Notes on the Bucolics and Georgics of Virgil with Excursus, terms of Husbandry, and a Flora Virgiliana," (1846). Other Latin classics he edited were Horace, "Satires and Epistles" (1848), Ovid, "Fasti" (1848), and Sallust, "Catilina and Jugurtha" (1849).
Theocritus It will be convenient to add to the Bucolics and Mimes three poems which cannot be brought into any other class:
Eclogue An eclogue is a poem in a classical style on a pastoral subject. Poems in the genre are sometimes also called bucolics.
Martin Luther 1. No one can understand Virgil's "Bucolics" unless he has been a shepherd for five years. No one can understand Virgil's "Georgics", unless he has been a farmer for five years.
Theocritus The distinction between these is that the scenes of the former are laid in the country and those of the latter in a town. The most famous of the Bucolics are 1, 6, 7 and 11.