epic poetry

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Noun1.epic poetry - poetry celebrating the deeds of some hero
poesy, poetry, verse - literature in metrical form
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The programming and content development team takes pride in this unique value-addition service of their application and plan to expand the content in terms of starting an entire series of the heroic epic in Hinduism, Mahabharata, along with lesser known facts about the Gods and Goddesses to impart knowledge to every Hindu while getting them back to our beliefs and rituals that indeed is the rich culture of India.
In a statement marking the 25th anniversary of the flagrant aggression by the ousted regime of the executed Iraqi ruler, Saddam Hussein, Sheikh Mubarak Al-Duaij stated, "Unity of the Kuwaiti people and their support for the legitimacy were the prime cause of driving the occupation forces out of the country, thus recording an unprecedented heroic epic.
Once again, the Lebanese army has triumphed a heroic epic, a thing which emphasizes its ability, along with the legitimate security forces, to protect the borders of Lebanon from repeated terrorist attacks," the Minister said in a statement, saluting the Army which "has proven once again its ability to preserve and protect the inside of the country.
works, into seven parts, each of which is prefaced with a quotation from an ancient Welsh heroic epic, Y Gododdin, which commemorates the destruction of a 300-man raiding One of his most famous works, In Parenthesis, is divided into seven parts, each of which is prefaced with a quotation from an ancient Welsh heroic epic, Y Gododdin, which commemorates the destruction of a 300-man raiding party by the English at the battle of Catraeth.
The leading article, entitled "Fantasy--The Heroic Epic of Our Time: An Attempt to Differentiate between Genres" by Hans-Heino Ewers, is exactly that: a cogent and thought-provoking search for a definition of the fantastic.
A new exhibition, Shahnama: The Persian Book of Kings (opened February 25), features 14th- to 17th-century illustrations from this heroic epic.
The players slip into the character of Micky and end up in Wasteland, a parallel world of forgotten creatures of the Disney universe, which they can dynamically change with the aid of a paint brush and thinner thus creating their very own Micky heroic epic.
As such, Passion and Order is a cultural odyssey of sorts, taking the reader through the worlds of Greek and Roman playwrights and philosophers, biography, heroic epic, patristic literature, canon law, moral treatises, sermon literature, and letters.
Damascus, (SANA)-October Liberation War 1973 proved that Arabs are capable of confronting their enemy when united, thus is a heroic epic and a resonating victory in the Arab recent history.
1978 Heroic Epic and Saga: An Introduction to the World's Folk Epic.
It doesn't quite measure up to "The Two Towers" as a heroic epic, but then, what does?
The heroic epic poem that dates back to the 8th and 11th century is of the oral tradition of storytelling.