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- With a few notable exceptions, such as Tennyson's Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington, the Pindaric ode was not congenial to Victorian sensibilities.
- With its twin roots in the Pindaric and the Horatian forms, the ode has always accommodated the vocal and the choral.
- The centrepiece is a set of Pindaric odes about history, poetry, politics and love, each 23 lines long and preceded by an epigraph from the diaries of the poet Cesare Pavese.
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