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“Epic is divided into plastic epic, proper epic, pictorial epic, and lyrical epic; Lyric is divided into epical lyric, lyrical lyric, and dramatic lyric; Dramatic is divided into lyrical dramatic, epical dramatic, and dramatical dramatic.”
“The society of Lyric is meant to be similar to that of Israel before Christ.”
“Sylvia Huot's 1987 From Song to Book: The Poetics of Writing in Old French Lyric and Lyrical Narrative Poetry is a stimulating study of the way that medieval French literature developed, during the late-thirteenth and fourteenth-century, a more acute sense of authorship, evinced, she argues, in the changing form of the vernacular codex.”
“Course 4 is a course in German Lyric and Ballad Poetry, with supplementary reading in the history of modern German literature.”
“Battle said he earned the nickname Lyric because he tells his stories through spoken word poetry.”
“– Bob Marley Lyric from the titled song "Judge Not”
“At the end of The Restorer, on page 447, the protagonist, Susan, looks back on an earlier worship experience in Lyric’s temple (called a “tower”) and wonders, “Would I ever again feel the presence of the One in such a tangible way as I had on the Feast day?””
“The institutional robustness of the Lyric is the envy of the opera world.”
“Edna St. Vincent Millay entered this poem, originally title "Renaissance," into a poetry contest that was intended to select pieces to appear in a publication called The Lyric Year.”
“One of the next things coming up at the Lyric is The Wolves In The Walls.”
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