Wlliam Gilmore Simms
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Item informationTitle: Horace in Deshabille. To My Lyre. Supposed to be by Morris or Willis, the Castor and Pollux of American Minstrelsy and Magazines. Ode XXXII
Genre: Poetry
Publication informationVolume: D
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  • Publication date: [1851-08-02]


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    Digitization Digital collection: William Gilmore Simms Digital Collection
    Rights: Digital Copyright © 2013, The University of South Carolina. All rights reserved. For more information contact The South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208
    Resource Identifier: SD_18xx_647
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    • The Poetry of William Gilmore Simms: An Introduction and Bibliography
    Composition history ''Horace in Deshabille. To My Lyre. Supposed to be by Morris or Willis, the Castor and Pollux of American Minstrelsy and Magazines. Ode XXXII.'' Southern Literary Gazette, IV (Aug. 2, 1851). 

    ''Horace to His Lyre.'' Egeria (1853), 165. 
    Description ''If in the shade, in other hours, ...''

    Clipping reads: HORACE IN DESHABILLE. | TO MY LYRE. | Supposed to be by Morris or Willis, the Castor and Pol— | lux of American Minstrelsy and Magazines. | Ode xxxii. 
    Notes Position: right