Horace's Message About Gluttony In Satire

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Isaac, I agree with your statements, and I believe another message about gluttony is displayed in the satire. Horace believes that the pleasurable taste of good food is nullified if one over-indulges. By eating an extravagant meal every time one sits down, his or her senses become more and more numb to pleasurable dishes. Building off of what you said, Horace believes that a simple life (and simple food) is the best way to live, so one might enjoy the good moments more. To conclude, Horace is pointing out that the Roman society has become too relaxed and soft to appreciated the wonders of

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