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A glossary of litterary terms, page 2: robert a harris february 5, 2010: epic an extended narrative poem recounting actions, travels, adventures, and heroic episodes and written in a high style (with ennobled diction, for example) it may be written in hexameter verse, especially dactylic hexameter, and it may have twelve books or. With the factbook collection, you’ll be able to fill your factbook with links to articles and summaries about biblical characters, places, themes, and symbols, from varying perspectives and levels of scholarship get numerous articles on the authorship or common interpretations of any book of the bible—delivered right into one overview. Sir walter scott's poetry and prose not only extol the merits of nobility, kindliness, honesty, humility, and perseverance it shows to his reader, in dramatic and bracing scenes, the necessity of holding fast to such virtues in the face of impossible odds.
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