Horace Mann, the education reformer, was married twice. He was married to Charlotte Messer Mann in 1830, until she died in1832, ( it was a death he never recovered from ) and …then married MaryPeabody Mann until he died in 1859 at age 63. (MORE)
A Horatian satire (the term comes from Horace, a Greek writer) is a light-hearted, not so serious satire that pokes fun at many things. An example would be Candide by Voltaire…. On the other hand, a Juvenalian satire (the term comes from Juvenal, a Roman writer), is a very serious, dark, angry satire. An example would be the Inferno by Dante. (MORE)
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