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In what way does a Pindaric ode differ from a Horatian ode?

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    A) Pindaric odes follow a three-part structure, while Horatian odes follow a regular pattern of usually two-line or four-line stanzas. B) Pindaric odes present a realistic picture of society, while Horatian odes present an idealized picture of the social world. C) Pindaric odes focus on ordinary people from all walks of life, while Horatian odes focus on mythological gods and goddesses. D) Pindaric odes explore the simple pleasures of daily life, while Horatian odes explore matters of metaphysical significance. E) Pindaric odes are usually short and resemble the sonnet form, while Horatian odes are usually long and resemble epics.

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