For what purpose are 'odes' written?
In remembrance of, so that everyone knows that whatever the ode is dedicated to, it is worth remembering for generations to come.
Michael W. Odes has written: 'The fundamentals of mercantile law (for the national senior certificate)' -- subject(s): Commercial law
M. Germaine has written: 'Odes and fancies'
the famous odes is a famous poem written by john keats between september 1818 till september 1819.
A. Delis has written: 'Nonlinear chebyshev fitting from the solution of odes'
John Bernard O'Hara has written: 'Odes & lyrics'
Matthew S. Santirocco has written: 'Unity and design in Horace's Odes' -- subject(s): Ancient Rhetoric, History and criticism, Latin Laudatory poetry, Odes, Rome in literature
E. L. Marilla has written: 'Three odes of Keats'
To entertain and to instruct are the purposes of the odes in "Antigone" by Sophocles (495 B.C.E. - 405 B.C.E.). Specifically, the chorus entertain with the dancing that accompanies the singing of the odes. The members instruct the audience in cultural parallels that relate to and shed light on the play's characters and events. In particular, they use the odes to justify the albeit oftentimes mysterious workings of divine will and fate on human lives.
The odore de Banville has written: 'Les exile s' 'Odes funambulesques'
J. H. Fleming has written: 'Odes of the Arrowhead' -- subject(s): Poetry
F P B. Osmaston has written: 'Dramatic odes and rhapsodies'
'Odes' are humourous, short, rhymes. So batteries don't produce odes.
Thomas James Mathias has written: 'The pursuit of literature' 'Runic odes from the Norse tongue'
T. R. de L has written: 'The all-conquering genius of the most potent, and most serene prince James II' -- subject(s): Early works to 1800, Latin Odes, Odes, Latin, Poetry
D T. Mace has written: 'Musical humanism, the doctrine of rhythmus, and the Saint Cecilia odes of Dryden'
What greek poet wrote satires and odes
Charles Hanbury Williams has written: 'An ode to the Right Honourable Stephen Poyntz, Esq' 'The odes' 'The wife and the nurse'
Joseph J. Daugirda has written: 'CAL/COM m/c odes' -- subject(s): Computer arithmetic
"Odes" is not a Japanese word, so it has no meaning in the Japanese language.
there isn't, odes fourwheelers are no longer produced
Not poem, poems. He wrote all 5 of his "Great Odes" in 1819.
Horace was another poet who wrote odes that praised Rome.
There are many Odes to Autumn in English Literature, but the most famous one was written by John Keats.
The ode is an ancient Greek art form. The word means song, and the original odes were sung by a chorus.
R. G. M. Nisbet has written: 'A COMMENTARY ON HORACE:ODES' 'Collected papers on Latin literature' -- subject(s): Latin literature, History and criticism 'A commentary on Horace: Odes, book 1' -- subject(s): History and criticism, Latin Laudatory poetry, Laudatory poetry, Latin, Odes, Rome in literature
bodes, codes, goads, loads, lodes, modes, nodes, odes, roads, toads There are loads of words that thyme with Rhodes, but these odes are written in codes, which bodes ill for those who do not respond to goads, inserted according to various modes of expression and the nodes in the brain, or on the backs of toads.
Michel Leclerc has written: 'Le promeneur d'Afrique' 'Comme venu des lointains' 'Odes pour un matin public' 'La fille du Prado'
Shih ching. has written: 'The Confucian odes, the classic anthology defined by Confucius' -- subject(s): Chinese poetry, English poetry, Translations from Chinese, Translations into English
Marc de Maillet has written: 'Balet de la reuanche du mespris d'amour' -- subject(s): Early works to 1800, Poetry, Latin language, Ballet, Odes 'A la louange du serenissime roy, de la Grande Bretaigne' -- subject(s): Odes, Early works to 1800, Latin language, Poetry
Ask Mr. Marvin Smith. The answer is odes ;) odes is the way O D E S
the purpose of written communcation is to contact people in more profestional way
Arun Verma has written: 'On the efficient methods to solve ODEs and BVPs using automatic differentiation' -- subject(s): Numerical solutions, Differential equations, Boundary value problems
John Francis Waller has written: 'Festival tales' -- subject- s -: Accessible book 'Occasional odes' -- subject- s -: Odes 'The Slingsby papers' 'The adventures of a Protestant in search of a religion' -- subject- s -: Catholic converts 'Pictures from English literature' -- subject- s -: Authors, English, English Authors, English literature, Gift books, History and criticism, Specimens
A major difference between the Pindaric and Horatian odes is that while the Pindaric ode was extremely theatrical and used on the stage accompanied at times by song and dance, the Horatian odes were intimate and personal and closely connected to nature. The Horatian ode emerged during the Romantic period in English literature and was less formal than the Pindaric ode.
I suggest the purpose of written communication is to communicate each others and find many friends ^^
Odes from Far Lands - 1997 was released on: USA: 1 September 1997 (San Francisco, California)
Normally, an ode (which refers to a poetic tribute to a person or thing) is written in rhyme, for example the famous "Ode on a Grecian Urn" by John Keats. But you may have seen odes that have been translated from one language into another. Sometimes, a poem did rhyme in its original language, but when it is translated, it makes more sense if it is left unrhymed. This is true in some translations of… Read More
The answer is odes.
He/She studies or works with viruses.
You Only Live Once :)
they both have a d in them lol
Yes, John Keats wrote various odes. The popular of them are: "Ode to a Nightinle" "Ode on a Grecian Urn" "Ode to Psyche" "Ode to Fancy" etc.
Carola Greengard has written: 'The structure of Pindar's epinician odes' -- subject(s): Ancient Rhetoric, Athletics in literature, Games in literature, Greek Laudatory poetry, History and criticism, In literature, Technique 'Theatre in Crisis'
I think the answer is Horace
An Ode is 10 lines in each Stanza
The purpose of a commentary is offer an opinion on a topic in written or verbal form.
The purpose of a letter is to communicate. A letter is written when it's not possible to communicate in person, by telephone or email, or to have a written record (documentation) of the communication.
The usual subject is something that the author admires in some way... but people have written odes about things they hate as well, so it definitely isn't always true. :) :) :(:0:_:*:&:^:%;
Kathie L. Hiebert has written: 'Implicitly defined output points for solutions of ODEs' -- subject(s): Differential equations 'SLINEQ' -- subject(s): Algebras, Linear, Differential equations, Inequalities (Mathematics), Linear Algebras
Katharine A. Ashburner has written: 'A resolute purpose'