epic poetry

NOUN
  1. poetry celebrating the deeds of some hero
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  • It could be fiction or non-fiction, horror or fantasy or prose or epic poetry.
  • Parmenides’ poem, despite its first-glance resemblance to epic poetry, is a mess of complicated hypotaxis.
  • It could be fiction or non-fiction, horror or fantasy or prose or epic poetry.
  • Chinese narrative poetry has uniqueness in respect of plot chosen, different from that of Western epic poetry.
  • This second principle of Tylor's — “mythologic science” — knew a certain popularity at the beginning of the twentieth century when many scholars tried to decipher and reconstruct the historical data supposedly embedded in the sagas and the epic poetry of ancient medieval peoples. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • Almost any form is acceptable - limerick, haiku, free verse, couplets, anything but epic poetry.
  • Epic poetry, like sculpture, is an Apolline art, and all such art involves a quite different creative process.
  • Milton claims that epic poetry is the highest ambition for a poet and then he goes on to explain how it is that the epic poet should comport himself. I love this.
  • When he starts reciting epic poetry in gravelly French it is rather overwhelming.
  • It is primarily rooted in the Croatian epic poetry with emphasis on important historical or patriotic events.
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