Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Venus” in chapter 11 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Atlantic Essays:
...ve been traced back. Horace wrote of Alcaeus: The Lesbian poet sang of war amid the din of arms, or when he had bound the storm-tossed ship to the moist shore, he sang of Bacchus, and the Muses, of Venus and the boy who clings forever by her side, and of Lycus, beautiful with his black hair and black eyes. But the name of the Greek singer is still better preserved to Anglo-Saxons through an imit...
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