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There is magic in this brief appreciation of Horace, his poetry and his outlook on life; for the reader is irresistibly compelled to put out his hand and take down either the original or a translation of Horace’s works. If any words of any modern man can keep alive the memory of an ancient, certainly Mr. Rand’s will do so. We wish that everyone pretending to literary taste could be required to read the essay.