epic poem

NOUN
  1. a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
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  • The Icelander asks to be allowed to compose an epic poem in the old style about how cruelly he is being treated and about how great Iceland is.
  • We discover why the epic poem is considered one of the greatest works of the human spirit.
  • His career has followed the arc of an epic poem. Times, Sunday Times
  • Seamus Heaney is one of the United Kingdom's most respected poets and Beowulf stands as one of the greatest epic poems in English literature.
  • They composed and sang epic poems of unsurpassed beauty and insight.
  • His career has followed the arc of an epic poem. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the epic poems he is identified with Śukra, the regent of the planet Venus, and described as the preceptor of the Asuras or Daityas, and possessor of vast knowledge. Ramayana. English
  • Since the Chinese literati discovered Homer at the beginning of the twentieth century, they have keenly felt the lack of a national epic poem, their own traditional fiction of knight-errant wuxia stories being considered too episodic and prosaic. Jamyang Norbu: Language, Identity & Revolution in Tibet
  • Milton formed the intention of writing a great epic poem, as he tells us, as early as 1639.
  • When first working with a client, Sheehan likes to film them reading the first few stanzas of the epic poem Casey at the Bat.
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